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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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VOL. IX NO. 77. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING_ MARCH 30, 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS "




OVER HALF MILLION MILITARY MEDICAL BILL GREAT DAMAGE BY J .1



I PASSED BY THE SENATE ALABAMA FLOODSMeasure


MINERS WILL STRIKE



Authorizes Appointment TAMPA EXPOSITION NOT River Rising Rapidly and Lowlands


joint Conference of Miners and I PENNSYLVANIA SYSTEM of Officers to Replace FAVORED PRESIDENT for Hundreds of Miles are



Operators Adjourns Without MAY CONTROL THE L. # N. Contract Surgeons. Under Water.

ROOSEVELT, WHEN ASKED FOR HIS INTEREST AND SUPPORT,

A regiment. Delivered SAID HE ALREADY HAD ALL EXPOSITION WORK ON HAND r
WELL DEFINED RUMOR CURRENT IN PITTSBURG THAT BIG COR- Several Speeches on CATTLE STARIVNGOwners
THAT HE COULD WELL TAKE CARE OF.
PORATION IS SEEKING TO SECURE AN OUTLET ON THE the'Railroad) Rate Bill. t
10 DAYS STRUGGLE ,
GULF COAIST. By Associated Press. digging the Panama canal.

Washington. Mar. 29-President Representative Sparkman of Florida Unable to Procure Foodon
SENATOR HALL CRITICISED MILI-
Roosevelt was asked today to give his: introduced J. L. Brown of Tampa -
Question Was Pittsburg, Pa., Mar. 29.-A well defined the Pennsylvania to take such steps. TARY MEDICAL BILL AS SHOWING interest and support to another inter-] to the president and they discussed Account of High Water.
flyer rumor is current here that one By obtaining the L. & N. and its outlet national exposition. It is desired by i the exposition project The president E
WageWithout of the greatest railroad deals! engineered to the gulf the road will have an
Result. TENDENCY TO INCREASETHE the people-of Florida that such an exposition was not enthusiastic about the
in several years is about to advantage over all its competitors, be held at Tampa: during the: proposition as he said he had about
be consummated. It is the purchase and will also score a beat on the Van- ARMY LEGISLATIVE first four months of.,1908 to commemorate -''I all the work on hand concerning expositions CARCASSES, OF LIVE STOCK BY{

I by the Pennsylvania of th.3 Louisville deitoilt's who have been quietly workIng EXECUTIVE AND JUDICICIALBILL the beginning of the work of, that he well could stand.' THE HUNDREDS STREWN OVER. +
WORKERS IN NORTHERN MINES and Nashville system. in the same direction and endeavoring -' .

I The means by which this plan Is to'I to obtain a gulf outlet and' KEPT HOUSE BUSY. ------- INUNDATED AREAS RIVER

WILL SUSPEND WORK SATUR be carried into effect is the acquiring also to block the Pennsylvania.of Patrick's ContentionWill
I Lawyer 'RUNNING LIKE A MILL RACE-
PENDING ANOTHER MEET the con.rolling Interest in the I* &j Considerable' credence is placed In .

DAY I N.. the method toy .which the Pennsylvania the report. The first report that the' CONDITIONS ON TOMBIGBEE:;
ING OF SCALE COMMITTEE AND now dominates a number of Pennsylvania was purchasing a controlling By Associated Press. Now Be Put to the TestBy
other roads. If successful the Penn' interest in the L. & N. reach- Washington Mar. 29.-The Senate I 'RIVER ALSO SERIOUS.By .

OPERATORS IN NEW YORK sylvania will be the first of the east-, ed Pittsburg: several days ago but to-day listened to speeches on ths'''

ern roads to gH its own or a controll-!' Its full significance was not th*>n rcal- railroad rate bill by Messrs. Clay.'! Associated Press. It is the office of District Attorney

TUESDAY MORNING. ed line! into a gulf port. Expectation[ized. It was admitted today however, Carmack and Newland. and then debated -I New York Mar. 29.-Four years Jerome and not the defense which Associated: Pros
of participating largely In the traffic,! by a Pennsylvania official that thewhich has undertaken the investigation.The .
an-a" passed the bill which provides after the date on which he was convicted Mobile Ala. :Mar 29.-Officers of
is expected to flow into thei great activity in L. & N. stock was bodies of two patients who died d
By Associated Press. gulf ports when the Panama canal is( evidence that it was changing hands for the reorganization of the of the mura'er of William in the Metropolitan hospital a fw the steamer Mary who have arrived

Indianapolis. Mar. 29-The joint completed and to checkmate some of! In large ',blocks is strongiy confirmathe -medical! department of the army by ,Marsh Rice, the Texas millionaire Albert days ago have been assigned by Dr here bring news of serious conditions

I moves being made by its rivals tory to the report that the Pennsylvania authorizing appointment of officers T. Patrick's plea that an actual Gods to use in the demonstration existing along the Alabama river due
of bituminous coal opera- to the overflow.
conf-rence are the motives whch! are prompting is acquirng control. to take the place of contract sur- test be made to prove or disprovehis liebodies are those of Luig Carabot-
The river
been
!nr<: and miners adjourned sine die to- I II contention that embalming fluid tie aged 56 years and Rachael Williams has rising rapidly
I geons. and for hundreds of miles the lowlands .
d.+t after failure: to a'.;ree upon a wage and not chloroform caused the conditions a negro woman aged seventy .
All senators who spoke:: on the rate of Rice's body to : is older and the other are under water from two to
at the"expiration was. granted jears. One
effect Bill
nab. to go Into New York Insurance till Indicated'their purpose to sup- younger than Rice. fix feet. Carcasses of cattle and
of the present scale on SaturdayMarch ; oth r live stock by hUDla're-ds are
it but Mr. expressed the
port Clay
31. The disagreement came Now Goes to the Governor hope that it would be amended to as day.MRS. strewn Farmers over cattlemen the inundated logmen district.an!

fcfter a struggle: lasting! ten days and I to afford limited court review of orders -, ROOSEVELT !I lumbermen have met serious losses

no' only disrupts the interstate agreement of the Inter-state Commerce I BEARD TO OPEN &y the raging torrent.

which has existed since 189S:I By Associated Press. j terminating on tat date the termsof (Commission.Mr. STARTS SOUTHBy On the down trip the Mary was
and miatrs Albany, X. Y., The Assembly pass-! office of aH present directors and 1 i iI hailed repeatedly by cattlemen asking -
between the operators Hale criticised t tha military! ,
j for hay and other
cd the insurance bill postponing un- trustees of there. and prescribingthat feed stuff. On
through which wage scales and other: til Novemberlt the annual elections I'' at the elections, when held io LIll as showing, a tendency 'to In- I board the steamer was about ten

differences have been adjusted but, of directors and trustees of the Newt] proxyshall: be valid if executed"prior crease the army which h>| said was Associated Press CAMPAIGNSOON bales of hay, and this was offered

1' ,fi-cts 534.0000 coal miners who; York Life Mutual Life of New York! to September 15. The bill passed the not desirable in time of.peace. Washington Mar 29.-Mrs. Roosevelt I tut as there was no way of getting
Mutual Rserve of New York and Senate yesterday and now goes to accompanied by her children, I it to the cattlemen it formed part
will! suspend work after Sa.tu\t1av"tlil-'Security Mutual of Binghampton, the governor. I Ethel of the cargo of the steamer brought
I in House. Archi and Quentin the .chil
Busy Day I
'.--. something! not ntidipated or foreseen m __ j jlW1NU I dren's governess and Mrs. Roose through to 'Mobile from Selma.
occurs in the interest' of peace. i [ Washington Mar. 29. To-day wasa velt's maid left Washington for Fer-- Officers of the Mary say that they

The convention of miners; ISRECIAlGRAND i busy one for the House, considerable nandina, Fla., on the Florida limited I could not get to the cattlemen nOl
national have'an
progress being made on the legislative over the Southern Railway this morn did cattlemen and others ?
..ili me"i sorrow morning. The ATTAINED I means byjwhich they could reach
'I at. -
executive.and judklal l bilL Ing. At FernandJna they will,'board -
principal business will be to determine JURY WANTED The committee on Appropriationssuffered the Mayflower:7or a'"cruise**of'aEdut the steamer. The river is a mill
Some idea of the current
upon 6 general policy, the ques ten .Gfcys' inV st Indian water. Mrs. race. can .
of the
defeat in committee Candidate for State Senate is to be gained from the fact that the
lion es/iecullj to b2 considered being Roosevelt is taking the trip for the
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whether the will e whole by a vote of 53 to 22 expunging of securing rest and does not Mary working hfr engines under OPdmarx -
organization permit purpose
miner,, .o work in the districts an IHJ !+ VELOCITY 0 I OF By Associated Press. t paragraph from the,bill which I expect to .be entertained by people I Start the Political Pot conditions came down the
| river at a speed of 22 miles an hour. ,
,ne!* where thadvance demandf-d New YorlIar., 29.-Attorney v.as alleged to be properly a part oft either In Cuba or Porto Rico. All landings from .Dixie southward

Is offered F L. Robbins and other Jerome to-day requested Supreme the post office appropriation bill. Boiling.The are under water and considerable

operator:* representing about one-I Court Justice Dowling to call a of ten thousand dollars I
An increase, ties according to statements made to freight from Selma for points below }
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third! of the coal production of Western I 50 MILESI :special grand jury in May to investigate over the appropriation carried by the i the president to-day by senators. was brought on to Mobile because of

Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana and. life insurance matters developedby bid was voted for confidential : Among those who discusses'( the .,ub-' politcaJ campaign which so far I an inability to land it. Most of this
Ill'nois! have offered to pay thead. the legislative investigating committee agents of the interior! department tot: ject with him were senators Cullam1!I has been noted for its quietness Is; freight was grain, and intended to relieve -

vance and have urged the miners' to ) /Jerome/ said he did not aid in ferreting! out land frauds. and Dflllngham former members} :Jfi i i shortly to be opened. Hon. John S, : the distressing conditions catU'men
this advance cont to -- Ir.
crept and nue .
I! I the Interstate Commerce Committee. I intends making number ot are experiencing.I
grand juryto Beard a
ordinary
want to ask an
Turk in their mines even thou;h .1 the Tomblgbee conditions are
Early Vote Not Probable. !Senator Cullum said he did not thicka I
in additionto
ocher: mines in the four states are 3:03: o'clock Yesterday Morning examine the work.testimony Justice Dowl'ni! Washington Mar. 29.-An early vote would ba reached under there I addresses during the next two or three equally as serious. The wood supply

idle its regular consideration vote in the Senate on the railroad)! weeks and perhaps not so early as weeks in various portions of the coun used as fuel by steamboats has beenexhausted
The final vote Ynthe conference of' I But No Was took the matter under and the J.jlx>rtl'avln,
Damage till to-morrow. rate bill is not among the probabili- that. 1 ty upon matters which are of j interest
tiiee central competitive fieldon here, resorted to the use of hard coal
This will be
to the public. probably
itich the other districts base their as fuel. She took on a sufficient
'lements. was upon a motion offered i Reported. the signal for active work upon the amount to enable her to fret throughto

by Pre!dent Mitchell to adopt I morning at part of all candidates for the various Demopolis. Incoming Bigbee I river

flit wage SC'ale'f! 1&03, which would 1 The wind yesterday of fifty offices, and a lively ffght will be waged -'steamers will also be required to uso
':::03 o'clock attained a velocity
continue in
coal it Is said, if they
have an increas* In of 5.33;
wages p-r, miles per hour but notwithstand!'; > from then-until May. Mr. Beard
service
cent The operators of Illinois In- iug the high wind no damage was re- : < has issued the following announcement The strong south wind which has
&na and Ohio toted against: this
f
mOo rather
fl.oa: which defeated the I j ported. The blow came up to the voters of the county: prevailed since last night is backing "
.
proposition.us
in velocity until -
increased
suddenly and the water of the bay, which l!snow
Democratic Voters of
"To the White
disruption of the conference foe
it reached the above figure when rising! rapio1 As a result it
Escambia county:
laved I ;it began to subside. It was accompanied I will only add to thy serious situation '
the operators of Western P""llDs'I-Ifiala "As a candidate for the nominationfor )
rain. U
I by a driving existing in the lower river.
and the miners of four states Yesterday at 3:30 a. m. the temperature ) state senate in the Democratic primary i.
to be held on the 15th of May, I I I
roved: l in favor of the motion. reached its highest being 68
I desire to to the White Democratic
announce
oegrees. while at 5 p. m. it was thE'Ilowe't. NOT EXPECTED f
'AY ASK ROOSEVELT TO ., the thermometer registering voters of the county, that during } t
INVESTIGATE SITUATION the next two or three "weeks 1 I
; degrees.
160, There was a perceptible! change -nneather will! visit all parts of the county and TO SURVIVETIMOTHY

Ttv/anapohs/ Mar. 29.-Operators of I, conditions during the afternoon address the Democratic voters upon

Yls\ Indiana, and Ohio and those and night. Th* forecast for today the many Important questions to be I:
.' i folowed! Saturday considered by the next lRis>lature.
> \\egtern colder
Pennsylvania who are ojv( is fair ana' BIBLIN, FATHER OF
I 1w1' to paving an increase in wages I by fair and warmer. Observer The time and places at vrhich I will

In executive session tonight. It!1 Reed in his summary of weather conditions 0U address the people will be announcedlater. MRS. JOHN WHITE AND MRS.

-"por'rd ,that they will adopt reso- yesterday: said: i .
uhons asking President Roosevelt to I "The disturbance which was over "JOHN S. B .\RU." GEO. HOFFMAN, VERY ILL >

ppo'nt' a commission to investigate extreme Southern Texas Wednesday.
'!** coal situation. has moved northeastward: and :t tZc>

I a. m. had reached Northern Alabama: FIRST ELECTIONIN News reached the city yesterday of

ANTHRACITE MINERS it hat caused general rains in the I the serious illness in Mobil- of Tim-

ORDERED TO SUSPEND Gulf and South Atlantic states where t'I'I RUSSIABy othy Giblin. at his home No. 40S SoutaWamn

they have been heavyagain over street It is not expectedthat

MlanllPolit;. Mar 29.-The anthra- Louisiana. Mississippi and Alabama. I It he will survive through; today.
r'te miners scale committee tonight attendee by thunderstorms; the pas- Mr. Gib'.in! Is the father of Mrs.
I latsed orders for the total suspension sage of this depression also caused / V >' Associated Press. John White! and Mrs. George Hoffman
of gale of fifty miles from the southwest St. Petersburg Mar.: :29.! -The first he also has numberof
mining in the three anthracite d's-I i a of this city and a
tncts beginning. Monday morning! j over Pensacola at 3:03 a. m. actual elections to the Russian par friends here who will regret to
April ? i; The weather In other sections of the liament took plac- today when tweve: learn of his serious illness. Other
been generally fair and members of the council of the empire
The Committee: notified President country has : I sons and daughters are Mrs. John
oaPt that the minors scale committee(under the influence or high Pressure. ( I were chosen by a congress composed Wales of Bonner's Ferry Idaho; Mrs.

will| met the curators scale committee -:!Temperatures have fallen decidedlyii. jtriL EAKS R Gt 1 t of representative associations o: trade Thos. Condon, of Scranton M'ss.' ; Mrs.
inew southern Texas and over Louisiana S1 tD.1. .R f and industry throughout European John Calratti and Miss Laura Giblin.
York / ,
City on Tuesday at from t ;
tfl1 o'clock a. m. Skles: !have cleared generally Southern v c I i r 'F Russia. The members chosen are all of Mobile, end Vincent William and<

Idaho southeastward to well known in their respective com lo Giblin of Mobile! the foruer ho'd-! fk

Price of Coal Advances. Texas under the influence now central of a high over 41// I munities and all are conservative.A ins the position of chief clerk in llw
barometric pressure
f'tTtsbur'g.Iar.. 29.-The Mobile police department.
prospects
where the temperaturesare { t
or Wyoming, % QUIET WEDDING
a coal strike has caused another below freezing. The area Mr. Giblin appeared to have never
slightly OCCURED LAST NIGHT
John
shock of
"Vance recovered from the
of
fifty cents per ton in the and rain will advance .
.
price cot' of run of mine ('coal making: the ot to cloudiness the Atlantic states to-night and d1q x 'i gJ Elmer May and lira Barlow the White's tragic death. Mr. White was and
now two over his son-in-law and a very warm
dollars and fifty cents ap be expected
Ark., -
ton fair weather may with latter of Texarkana, were quietly close friendship existed between them.
this vicinity to-nipht and Fry married last evening at 6'30
/ THE to be
Pensacola
winds becomic,, Mr. Glibin: came to
fresh northwesterly o'clock at the home of Mr. Aires Na.
the time of the
with his daughter at
Increase at Columbus. colder to-night." Al Y'S 917 East LaRua street Rev. Mr. Rogers :-
() awfu tragedy, and it was remarked by
lumblls. 0.. )Iar. 29-The price of of the Gadsden Methodist church
coal on contract has advanced from 11L those( who saw him at the time that
the ceremony. I
qty to PACKINGCO. performing he had broken rapidly during the few
OF
seventy-five cents here because TRIAL Only a few intimate friends of the
rear of .% days he had been !here, and that he
a strike. contracting parties were presentAf
wedding the guests were invited looked twenty years older when ha
SETBy ter the
Iowa Miners; ;: -to Go Out. CASES I into the dining room, where delicious left for home than when its arrived.

Des Moines la., Miar. 29.-Edwin 0 vL refreshments! were served. He made a very pathetic figure at

Perry. secretary of district 13. of the Associated Press I I Mrs. Barrc-w reachetf the city yesterday !- the funeral his previously erect crm

Ioura Unit'd Mine Workers of Amera Chicago Mar. 29.-Judge Humprey. I JI r; fr.f : ;4i 2. ;; .- morning, it having b sn arranged bowed by excessive grief for the untimely
r of his beloved son-in-law
packing corporations '. her to come to Pensacolaan end
thlch convened here today stated today set the trial of the J for
he had visited only
that and friend whom
ht're.Temporarib' .
Immunity -
,. orders to the contrary which were denied '. -the wedding occur,
ere ended last the newly wedded a short time before.
received from Indianapolis the at the hearing which NOTICE- .
I EVER and Mrs. Hoffman left
owa Mrs. King's boarding Mrs. Whit
In Sep at
miners second Monday couple are
would for
at week the
go out midnight
that AND! THEN AGAIN Government street but later : yesterday for Mobile to be at his b 4*
atnrday The meeting here today tember. It will b, remembered WITH WHAT VIGOR WE LAND ON THE POOR -\"D" IGNORANT LAW-BREAKER, Louse on '
w
a: to FishenIlle.40 side
for granted they will move /
the purpose of ratifying the packers themselves were OF LAW-BREAKERS? -
any .
&ctou.: taken at Indianapolis. immunity. THE DELAY IT TAKES TO PUNISH OTHER BRANDS --; ? -- ,- ... .

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1t".H i. ;#' .MANY JOIN THE !I are ScrofulaFew entirely free from it. r' ll BOND, MISS. BAD 'BLOOD RE ALSTTL l Over Half-- a --Million-- II



:rj'iI' ...' It may develop so slowly as to cause little If --

any disturbance during the whole period of Special to The Jo.arnal.i Before..I began.jcaLsiwts.! I had"a bad eomplexiou .
I childhood. i .p llDp/el) fac*.and my food was
not
t oa )J CUSTOMERS
CHAMBER OfCOMMERCE |I It may then produce dyspepsia, catarrh. 1 i I I Bond. Miss., Mar. 29. The Bank of oiCf>.8te4 u 1 it should hav.been. Now o I am eaurely TRANSFERS SATISFIED
and the) III
marked |Bond opened here last Saturday unier yell. pimpias ban dtappesr.4 from my
and
tendency to rae
I consumption before ; Iran truthfully Ray that <'WIt'aN'IS are Ju,t
I manifesting itself in much cutaneous :<'! very favorable circumstances. as M4Ivtm3 ;I ... takes "twoboxe&of them." Do you think such an enormous business could be built up and
or glandular swelling. eruption -:.I I -We think the institution has the CUreo.ee K. ...............lad.Plraiant. continually increased if our goods did not have exceptional? value and merit?

| It is best to be sure that you are quite free confidence of the business. public and I Do yo," think we conld hold the trade of half a million people, if oar
: !I I from it. and you can rely onHood's t|I I we predict a bright future for it The Following is a list of the deeds recorded reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established?

i.4 I I officers 'are F. W. Foote. of llatties- yesterday reported by the Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Bankers, Business
Sarsaparilla I burg, 'president( ; E. M. Co wart, M. Pensacola Abstract Co: and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using

I' .to rid you of it radically and permanently. : D.. of Bond vice-president;' John )Ic.I Jas. T. Smith to J- Walacev! Lamar, HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right? .

Accept no substitute but insist on having'f Donald: \lobUe.cashier.:: We welcome lots 9 and 10, block 124! New City Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if it

Hood's. Liquid or tablets, 100 Doses $L I Mr. McDonald as a citizen of Tract, $'.50. wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated?
::1. Nineteen New Members Added to I our town and think he will be quitean Stephen Williams! to Mary E. Williams Just think these things over carefully'and then send us a trial order

.1 addition in a social as .well as a h lots 16. 17 and 18. block 100 Your money back if you are not satisfied.

Roll at Regular Meeting A GENTL MAN'S TASTE IS BEST ,, commercialvay.. East Kng: Tract East of Tarragona t United States Sepate.Washington, D.C
i i Wg, had quite a rain storm jester- St., $1 !love anl affection.
SUITED WITH A I "I have found Rayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purposes..
:. Yesterday. ( day about 6 p. m. which did some sever Slrk.*Pa'eUWe..1 M.tk.en roUpl or Unpa-TaiteGond Iff. ne.i s.no-.Xevar Good T II. :Moore:: to J. E. Taylor, lots 11 lt'_.41! Stewart
damage to young vegetables and this fold in balk .'r. rvuiina tablet .tniei C C c. I It.llsr.steed to 17, Inclusive and lots 23 and 24 U.S. Senator from Nrvlda.HAYNER .
CERTIFIED CHECK5c combined with the late freeze whichwe to care or you:money back., block 103 East King Tract
A regular meeting of The Chamber i I think killed all' the fruit makes: Sterling Remedy Co;,Chicago or N.Y. Ciao NunibeiIngVcst of Belmontl. .,

.. o! Commerce was held at noon yesterday CIGAR.All things look a bit gloomy for the fruit Umt..1 ;n r.. T'i J r..m:? U0j! BOXES $1.00.

: 'President Majes presiding.I I I! ana- truck gardeners. i iI The Maxent Land Co. to J. M. Skel--f WHISKEY
'the
i large number of members of qualities 1'f flaror aroma -
and color and material is I Quite a number of prominent citizens ton, lot 19: block 15, Maxent Tract,
the organization present. gooa' I ,
;; 'il visited Jackson, Miss., the state ?1CO.
\. A number of communication upon i embodied In It. I capital yesterday for the of I III. ,
purpose Cake Mary K. Markley. Edith R. Markjer.:
\ : different subjects were read and !'e- : A. Greenhut & Co. using their influence for the passage I I Howard A. Markley and Guy II. Mark- FULL .20 EXPRESS r
: ferred to special committees for report b lila' tata of a bill which and't $3" :
} senate ley I to C. C. Parsons and T. Marvin 4

./. .-.'. at the Many next New meeting Members.of the body 1 PENSACOLA.DISTRIBUTORS FLORIDA. II. has already passed the ,house district creating out Parsons 10 acres of land situated I In QUARTS PREPAID
a circuit court
new
t the E% of .Sc{. 18, T. 5 N. R. 30 \\ .
:)'- )r ".. One of the chief features of the I 10! the northern portion of this (Harrison $100. .5. .
"
: t meeting was the enthusiasm which ) county. We need something We will send yon l ID a plain sealed case with DO
The Maxent Land Co. to Math lasK'edn'ger. OUR OFFER
r14' greeted the report of new members I I.of the kind it the county marks to show contents. FOUR FULL QUART .
.:t w c: as seems '
SALE : 3 aud frac. lot 9, blork
lots
Ir34? just added to the body. 19 applications -! ;21 i court is about a year behind: with the : BOTTLES OP HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR Si39. and we
: been and 1 17. Max-nt Tract. $600. Take it home and ample It,have doctor
: having receive acted criminal docket and violators are will pay the express charges. your
ir- up n. The board of directors reported All kinds that need .at. Th Maxent Land Co. to Tlios. PebJey. test it-every bottle If yon wish. Then if you don't find it just as we cay ." .
while : -
going untried. Bat we .. | .. ,
.,,)/,1f." that the following new m mIt'.r. I S. 112 ft. of iot :20! and S. 112 ft. and perfectly sitisfactory.ship it back to us;AT OUR EXPBNSE andyour
,I{ the second district, we think it but of BK of lot 1t, all in block 6, Max- J3 20 will be promptly refunded Hove could any offer Us fairer Vocdon't .L _
: : berj had been elected: Goulding Fer!
; :
fair and for the whole
:,. C. F. }Marsh M. D., H. O.I OAK AND PINE equitable ROSENAU & GERELDS eat Tract J600 risk a cent .. .
". : ..tJlizer.Co.. E, Abercrombie. E.V. county to bear the expense of creating T {)s. PtCjley! to the trustees of the Orders for Arts..CaL.CoL. Idaho.MonUNev..N.Mes..Ore..Utah.Wash.. : I'an..n;
and equipping the district and I or Wyo..must be on the basis; of 4 Quart for".00 by Kxpreea: lre- n. .
;T t..J Fowler agent Southern Express Co., cheaper than you can buyIt not the'tax payers of the new district Palafox Street Methodist Episcopal paid or 2O Quarts for.1 .2U,by Freight Prepaid. .4J !

.1",,: -:: .T. A. Wilson & Co.. Export Lumber anywhere. Any size you alone. Saturday, March 31 : chureh S. 112 ft of lot 20 and S. 112 Write our nearest office and do it NOW. i ;
1\ Co.. J. R. Saunders Louis Friedman want. We are having a nice little (politic ft of EX of lot 19all in bock! C, Max

,:'1r I or- & Co., Pensacola Buggy Works J. P. al race between R. E. C3ss bT}'. of By theLadies' eat Tract '600. THE HAYKER DISTILLING! COMPANY Jtr.
:: -,:)> O'Connor & Co., Robinson Livery &, U. Evans of Bond. ;
Wiggins aD.j! W. I Ii ;:-
h' "Undertaking Co.. Saunders Mill Co., C. SWLL for justice of the peace to fill the un- The Original. Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, O. St. Louis Mo .St. PaulKlnn.

; $1 ): Pen.sacola.; Orocery Co.. A. C. Blount.. expired term of E. R. Davis, resigned. i of. the Gadsden St. i Foley & Co. Chicago, originated sea: PISTOLKRT. TBOT. O. ESTABLISHED 1863. "
q;' '. Jr., C. W. Merntt, R. Pope Reese, C. Phone 614. Doth are ?ood men and nothing can I Honey and Tar as a throat and lung 'P"

4 ., ., !I. Corton and Dave Dannheisser. be truthfully said against either and I I remedy, and on account of th.e great -

'" 'A resolution was adopted for the --- -= we feel sure we mill have a good J. Methodist Church II merit and popularity of Foley's __ ___ __ .
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,* appointment of a committee of threeto P. in either' one. I Honey and Tar many imitations are .
t Investigate and report upon t.e I Bond is the best town between I offered for the genuine. Thes worthless
H .' matter of sponge fisheries by divers' Oulfport and Hattiesburg for schoolchildren I -I Imitations have similar soundin, CL
.j In Florida waters. This committe-" letter Box Files 25 and 50 cents.These I
; 11 DeFUNIAK as it offers better facilities i names. Beware of them. The ganu- .
t "i t, .was appointed as follows: DaveKugleinan along this line than any other town I Ine Foley's Honey and Tar Is In a :yei- Lei

.. >0 E. E. Reese, and John S., between the places mentioned. The j' I ESCAMBIA 1 II l low package. Ask for it and refuse are indexed: and with them the office man ma\ file ,

;","".t t" 1. 5eanL 1 property of the tbwn i is taxed by I' any substitute. It is the best remedy his bills, letters, etc., alphabetically. so they may fop < '
A re-solution: was unanimously !! for and colds. W. e=
coughs A. D'Alem.b
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rtDent of the owners thereof to run a moment's; notice. They save time. Tim is mone .
t, '. Adopted, providing for thp appointment I rte. druggist and apothecary.
.,, the school the full term. We havea
of a committee of three to take Special to The Journal. 1\\1
wi' up with the business people of Pen- Funlak Springs Mar. 25.! -\. W. fine of school teachers.building and an able Special to The Journal. I Where :Man's Influence I. Fatal* CJoe's ctcre.Fhon. : I

E&rola, the matter of securing a new Powell Is a candidate for county commissioner corps Escambia. :Mar. 29.-Allow me spacein Man i
: Is
the only animal which Is always
Bond now boasts of two soala i 235. 213 South Patios Street, Pe
sac
for a
bright and
hotel In Pensacola. This committee of the Fourth District and your newsy paper
v mami facto ring plants. There faI' : accompanied by disease except J I .,.... -
few items from Escambia. Why .L'''
1r" : uas appointed as follows: C. C. Good A. L. Anderson for tax assessor for ''
;enty ofpop" to drink and the those creatures that are his companions
man, Knowles flyer, andV.. C. Walton county. should our busy little town be keptin .
nayoisays he believes that some ? -Business at and bare his patronage There Is reason I Cl
t.,1 Tones. o'bscurlty so long ,
Chas. Y. Turner who has well
'; On motion committee so parties are selling other drinks that this placs is lively and one is to believe that the denizens of the
td. a was ap- filled the office of tax collector for cake men "holler" he has to : every FEED MELLEN'S CHICK FEED
!1Olntf for the purpoi.- of drawing the past two terms. announces that a blind tiger case nearly as eve wee.5.try wearing: smiling faces. :{i forests the veld the rivers and the r W
to the > Escambia at'' ocean, so far as they man's Influence
1 tip and recommending city he will not be a candlate for re-elec- was well represented : escape -
: q t council:: an ordinance extending the tion. DelS'unlak! last Saturday. :|: lire with hardly an exception: ,

./b. ..' stock limits in the city. The commit I England Afloat. 31 r. R. C. Cpop.er made a flying trip t healthy lives. Chronic ailments begin To your newly hatched brood. Why fill their
There is to be union
'.' tee Is composed/ as follows: F. W. a Sunday England's naval supremacy began In to Bay Minette last Sunday. II with man's protection In the dairy
,' .; (Marsh, J. J. Sullivan, and II. H. school picnic in the near future. J5SS:; with the defeat of the renowned I Rev. Doug'ass held his regular; bimonthly !, stable an.d kennel. Man has created little crops with meal or other soft feed that

'. Eorer.fIIO : brought The excursion over 21CO trains people last to our Saturday town.J Spanish:; armada. This fleet consisted of I meeting at the hall here last::'artificial conditions with which the soon packs and sours causing many fatalities,

120: vessels, carrying 2,500; cannon and Sunday. I "thousand His that flesh Is heir to"
: are
I Dr. and :Mrs. Thomas entertained(
A BABY : We are sorry to state litle Carmen, when a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and grains
CO.OOO while the
men, English associated. It-Is his
now task
should be sunshine in the home and the pu&iors of the various local navyconsisted Cooper is suffering with the i supreme i Wa
churches I of but fifty vessels no bigger mumps. to bring these conditions into will furnish all that
afternoon. harmony make
1 will be If you give It White's Cream Tuesday Mr. Jeff Grant, of Oak Grove, Ala.,II nature requires to 01
than yachts and thirty of the queen's with the laws of his being. Sickness
VermlfuKe, the greatest worm medicine Miss Annie Storrs entertained: a was visiting natives here last Satur: ; them thrive.Telephone
a ever'offered to Buffering humani party of young people-Friday in honor ships. When the conflict was over the day and Sunday. ;i and debility are not to be regarded as .

; :' ty. This remedy Is becoming" the permanent of her 15th birthday. Spaniards had lost eighty ships and Miss Minerya Jones, of Bay Min, natural and inevitable parts of our I

.114.. fixture of well regulated Frank Bludworth] Jr., who has a, 10,000 men. A medal struck to com ette, Is here on a visit to her sister,,I' heritage, but as the fruits rebellion. F. S. MELLEN 6 CO. No. 334SCREENS

households mother. with children position at Pensacola, was In town I memorate this great event had for Its Mrs. It. C. Cooper. against nature's laws' and therefore to ,

I can't get alotfg without a bottle of"Tbitc's for a few days visiiln'g his mother. He I motto, "lie sent out his arrows, and Mrs. Carmichael and little son, of r' be got rid of. If the human family _.
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)1".' *- house. It Cream is the purest Vermifuge and best in medicine the has steamer been Buene appointed! commanded purser on thi by new his he scattered them." Sunday.Pensacola} visited relatives here last t pure dwelt air In, lived ventilated temperately houses,,with breathed little i I ......................................... .. ....... I p2cin"

: that money can buy. father. Capt T. F. Bludworth. What a "Hurricane" It."Hurricane" I :Mr. Jeff Gentry Is slowly recovering:II or no alcohol, and took daily exercise: ,! t.. '1

p- -: The water in our lake which has is the old Spanish name after an illness of several weeks. In the open, It would .perhaps know '! Put them in, before the FLIES and -ti

; )' 1 r:, Stockholders Meeting. !ibeen low for the past two years is I for a West Indies cyclone but' it is Misses Agnes Jessie a'nd Bertha I. little more of gout, rheumatism, cancer I MOSQUITOES get into your house. f forbe.
The annual meeting of the stock.
: holders of the Pensacola Carnival As. now on the rise and if it Keeps on*r used by modern meteorologists to desIgnate Kelly are attendinjj. school. at Belie fever, lumbago, dyspepsia, asthma I We can furnish them CHEAPER NOW. I

.4 : bociation will be held on in a months time will be as high as1 i a bog continued wind of extreme :- mia.Quite and the host of 'Infectious troubles J
Tuesday,
.f I a crowd from h?re attended Supply of BRICK now on hand.
-I' 7' April 3. 1906. at 4 o'clock p. m.. in the ever.Hon. violence. In Beaumont's scale the M. E. church at Tippen Sunday than do the lower animals.-London $ lag

., t.J. rooms of the Chamber of Commerce, R. Groot and daughter, Mrs.! the different winds are classed as nfght. Among them were -Mr.t\ and; Telegraph._ _ Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. I Itvv AdCcl

"i t Salisbury building. Election of direc: Brown, of Springfield, S. D., were visItors "light," "gentle," "fresh" and "strong" Mrs. Richamond Miss Francis Thomas When Watehea' Wereer.)\ vv Al vvvv vs l AA l A* v !
tors. here Saturday and Sunday last.! breezes. The next Is "stiff" breeze
:
a and R.
C!II ; F. F. DIXGII.A)!. Sec. ;Mr. Groot is a capitalist one of the i R. Hood. At first the watch was about the size u __ __ __ __ ____ ___n_ __ __ .__ !'
then wind We
a "strong" and then we are sorry to state that Mrs of dessert had
a plate. It
kind whom the weights: and .
''y. :-Imtd.t common people love. strike the "gales." The "gales" run Waldo, of Grand Rapds! Mich., whoIs ,h1r.n
was used as a "pocket clock. The
In
l 1894, the dry year in South
;t.1.," through three four classes] the here with her brother for her
or
,r -.1t. NOTICE. he not only waited for his Dakota'i merging into the "hurricane." last health Is not much improved. earliest known use of the modern name L. C. Smith 6 Bros. too

:!i 44 r. The members of the NewDegreo the next year bought seed Rumor says we are soon to have occurs in the record of 1052, which or

,.It ... Staff of Naomi Rabekah Lodge will I his many debtors-a God send another wedding. mentions that Edward VI. had "one Visible Typewriter.

o :fr':1t: 'i. meet this evening at 8 p. m. for prac at that time. lie is 81 years old; We are baring some more rainy larum or watch of Iron the case l being

i;} t tice. A full attendance desired. hale and hearty and may come. her i ANOTHER GERM DESTROYER. weather at present. likewise of Iron gilt with two plummets (Machines sold rented a)",,' art tin

AL ;, J. D. PULJJAIM, Capt. next year for the winter. I of lead" The first watches may changed. Descriptive ma?" h

'}e4.t' _._ Mr. Chester 'Thompson and wife, of Herpicide Is Death to Dandruff Germs ARTIFICIAL EYES. readily be supposed to have been of ed upon appllcat on. kK'cp
.It -
; : ;ft'tJtw, : "" i- -''i11E'Io"I- ---'$- -" \\Mnnepeg, Manitoba who have been The germ burrows into the scalp I rude execution. The first great Improvement Use them once and you wino ->'1'

\ : ''ifI spending the winter with his broth- r. throwing up the cuticle in thin scales Th. Pirct On*"; Made WereVorn the substitution of spring!! other.

I i;. # PIANOS AND ORGANS. Dr. C. B. Thompson returned home called dandruff or scurf; and diggingat Outside the Socket. for weights! was In ljT 0. The earliest

Il CASH OR EASY TERMS. Ionday. His son, Dr. 'D. C. Thompson the root of the hair where it saps As early as 500 B. C. artificial eyes springs were cot coiled, but onlj L. S. BROWN ,

t).. n : -0 r. All Piano Work Guaranteed. # has located at Freeport. tho hair's vitality. First comes brit-- were made by Uje priests of Rome and straight: pieces of steel. Early watches Cmvis Cmvist'I"
". :; # CLUTTER & RUSHING tle hair then lusterless Pensacola, Fla.
.i ,
; << # Recently there has been established and deslikehair had
who only one band and being woundup
Egypt, practlcethas physicians :'Ind8urgE'Ons.
1 .
fc 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. # here a United States pension examining then falling hair, and. finally 201 Thiesen BuildingNick's .
twice a day, they could not l>
Their methods of eye making e expected -
'sg1. PHONE46. *. board composed of Dr. C. E. baldness. Nine-tenths of the hairUoubles
i l LA.4 are thus described: On a strip of to keep time nearer than fifteenor _. -
*! Thompson, president; Dr. W. II. stir.- are caused brdandrutt.. -- -- .
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9. .. *"" *''Io'i'1' iit '$' Y/ithout dandruff flesh tinted linen, two and a quarterby twenty minutes in the twelve hours. bra
__ _$_#"'_ %_$ son, secretary; and Dr. King. treasurer. hair will l grow luxuriantly -
t io,' _ and the The dials were of silver or bras, : : The
t-A The 'board meets in Dr. Thomp as nature Intended. "Het'I one a quarter: Incites, flat:

son's office the 1st Wednesday in I I picide" kills the dandruff germ leaving side of a piece of earthenware, model cases had no crystals, but opened at Ii BLOUNTSTOWNSpecial Buffet an I II!,

h .4 COFFEE' every month. the hair to grow unhampered as ed life size and painted to represent; the back and front and; were four or
It does with the American red five Inches In diameter.
Tuesday afternoon man. the human eye and eyelids was ce A plain watch (
through
the CIto CItosoat
courtesy
RestaurantIs
.. For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte
;. -, of Mr. Bruce the hour of the drug mented. This linen coated on the oth- cost the equivalent! of ?1OCO in our currency --
gist and apothecary, 121 South Pala- and after one was ordered it to The Journal.
1\ I".1 Chautanqua was given over to the : er side with some adhesive substance,
fox street, or sena'! lOc In stamps for Rlountstown Mar. :29.!
-The
: We tbe Pioneer Town I took a year to mate it. many
I' are Improvement Association. was placed the and
Mrs.Agnes over eyehole HI
.y:! sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit pressed friends of Mre. S. W. Clark will rewret the only place of
Coffee Roasters of Pound chairman of the C. 1.1 Mich. down. In brief the artificial eye I to learn of her s 4! ;t A. of the state of Ohio, gave an interesting was worn outside the( socket and, A large number of citizens- u are-attending it Is toId0a,

viM West Florida.HUGH'S round table.talk: which was followed bya though a clumsy substitute, was prob-- REV. GEORGE W. RULAND court. '

ably appreciated by the Romans and The Improvement of our little town
; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harris have returned The Great Fox Egyptians. In the rubs of Pompeii Is very marked. Hon. H. B. Gaskin A Pride toPensacol
to their
i ( BLENDS home in Iowa. description destroyed In was 79! discovered.Not A. D, an. eye of this i Restored to Health by Vinol and has v.hich recently is being erected nicely a large finished building for Id0a dtof ofeI

" v\ : LISTENand Strongly Endorses It. offices. The postoffice and a drugstore .
until the sixteenth century do
ii 4 :
remember the.next time you suffer occupy the front and there arc
we hear of at all like those of &
)"' ) have A trial! from pa'n' -caused by damp weather eyes several offices in the rear of the cannot
'., no equal. -when today-that Is, worn Inside the socketA Prominent men from aU parts or building.Mr. Larger cltlfs 0 rfJ
your head nearly bursts the country are endorsing Vinol, and boast of a better ftiuipP":
.r will convince the connoisseur from neuralgia-try Ballard's Snow French surgeon one Ambroise Pare. o.V, Horns is building a I b the
strong testimonial letters from four place. The aTvirv
.
.
IJniment. It Invented three artificial eyes. One consisted residence: which when completed will
will
cure you. A prominent had
rr ministers best b'
< that of the gospel and several that can
ji we
business man of Hempstead of an oval plate covered with add materially to the looks of tho
ph"slclans'ha.ve been received with-
l%1 make no extravagant Texas writes: "I have used jour lin soft leather, on which an eye was in a week. Such unsolicited testimony town. There are several other buildings Or
Sl iment. Previous to It I painted. It attached to the bead In course of construction. DrGo
using was a was : as this Is the best of Nick Apostle Propt'r
I proof merit -
a claims.I I There Is quite of
: ''t'u; ..-,.. great sufferer from Rheumatism and by a strong steel band. It could have any medicine can have. a crop candidates \<
!:n ia this section. Those who desire
.: \ < Neuralgia. I am pleased to say that been neither sightly nor comfortable.The The Rev.!! Geor'geV.. Ruland of to
represent the county are: A. Max
now I free
am from
; $ Wholesale and RetailGROCERS I am sure I owe this to these complaints.liniment." second device and the first knownIn Keene. N. H.. writes: "I have used: : Wilson of the Calhoun Democrat H. -

31 1 $;: Sold by all"druggists.New your history to be worn inside the socket your: cod liver oil preparation, Vinol i I E. Mobley. Dr. J. W. Hhoden, A. J. -
{ consisted of a hollow globe of gold as a tonic and I do not believe thereIs McClellan and tl. D. PJrrong. f(

i : ; Suits Filed. Visible and InvisibleTYPEWRITERS deftly enameled. The third eye devised i any other medicine that can equalit. ]I Mr. L. M. Barbee one of Blounts- Wash DirtSome "

.. ,. it ..-. The by this ingenious gentleman was a It bult! me up and strengthened towns prominent merchants' Is In ..
-' lf'Mi I- following new suits:! were filed: I me when run down and oven orked. the race for tax collector.Mr.
: shell much like that in-
'I and all kinds of Feed yesterday In the office of the clerk pattern eye, laundrt.no; onl1
of Vinci has done for me than .
more was Jake Stephens desires to be
1 MI reelected
5 ..j: the circuit court: nse today, except that It was of gold claimed for It" as county treasurer.La wash the dli: : ou. .)' a tif

: -1;.. Stuffs.Pluto W. O. Morrison vs Geo. W. Pryor and enamel. "We honestly believe there is no .. shirt but pr".n awash .<>

:i Jti,) :': & Sons. Injunction; C. 1. Jones, attorney I have for sale and rent at all times, Tare's inventions were followed by other remedy or cod liver oil preparation Grippe and Pneumonia.o. the very lift ou II
" for plaintiff. any of tha following makes: eyes of painted porcelains and colored It. We abundance'
known to medlcne! that has the Pneumonia of ten"follows la use an
ames Sheriden vs M tury- T.rc:: FOX pearl white which became grippe ofSoft t:
very pop- healing, strengthening
H power which but never follows the use of
Foley's
rj WaterWholesale PJount Arthur& foreclosure Blount
t tiff. attorneys for plain SMITH FOY-SCHOLES glass, which soon took the place of all strength and health for run-down, debUtated -'!I I coughs and prevents pneumonia and !Iconsumpton Water :'1

:t.; others and command popular favor to : people, old people, weak. : Ask for Foley's Honey j
$' BLICKENSOERFER this day. sickly women, and children, nursing Tar and refuse. and
3' .: and Retail. Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F. &. A. M. and any substitute of SoapLet
: ** *. Special communicat'on! of Also good second hand machines always Glass eyes were invented at ut the mothers. and after a severe sickness, fered. Mr, G. Vacher of 157 Osgood1St. I

; I dtSSat d Escambia Lodge. No. la F. .& on hand. year 1579:) and were crude productionsof or if It fails to cure a hacking cough, .. Chicago writes: -My wife had a us call for your wasb.!

: New Orleans Co. A A. M., Friday, March 30th at I WILL TAKE "YOUR OLD inferior workmanship the iris and chronic cold, throat of bronchial trouble1 severe case of la grippe three years!) ItU Itt
; Grocery or to make those who are too thin and it left with
MACHINE
7:30 o'clock. Work in F. C. IN EXCHANGEFOR pupil being hand painted In a far ago a terribe! The Star Steam
and M. M. Degree. Visiting brethren A NEW ONE.. from lifelike manner. Shakespeare fat. rosy and healthy we will return cotfgh. She tried a bottle of FoIey'sHoney 1'1
.
. :tt = fraternally Invited. Phone 380. every cent paid us for It. and Tar am It gave her Immediate
mentions glass eyes In "King Lear, Is thee a sick, ailing or aged A 50 Laundry. ItII
? SaS Jas. McHugh person relief. cent bottle cured
!
C. D. BEYER : .
Corner Government and where the the blinded
DeLuna Sts. J Vlngj-adrises: In Pensaco'a who can. afford to'" her cough entirely." Refuse
\lJwNm Phone 105. Proprietor. W. G. DAILEY. N: W. M. traitor Gloucester to -get thee .glass Ignore this generous offer?" W. H. tutes. \V. A.: ()'Al mberte. drngg'st substi! 37 E. Saraan St. Phone 111 dl

f '- Secretary. F. B. BRUCE eyes and seem to_see.':, White & Co.. druggists. and apothecary. _PtnMcola. FI.-V "

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Festival WearSacks I Pilots Want Her for Pilotage Purposes-The Steamer COMING "


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in fine rough :

) and smooth worsteds, COMMITTEE OF ELEVEN PILOTS ENTERTAINMENT \: )

cassimeres and die-" FROM PENSACOLA HAS BEENIN Hon. Geo. E. Foss, Chairman of -

viols: of multitude, MOBILE EXAMINING THE t AT MILTON Committee on Naval Affairs, H

nous patterns and VESSEL, AND WILL REPORT TO,f to Visit Pensacola.A .

tones, all strikingly THE ASSOCIATION. FOR BENEFIT OF PRESBYTERIAN

stylish and in many
CHURCH WAS A GREAT
cuts to suit the taste. distinguished visitor, and one

Also frocks for church A number of the pilots who went SUCCESS. \'.'bo is coming on important business

from Pensacola! a few days since to to Pensacola, will reach here Satur Need Not
parade soft, silk, Mobile to inspect 'and examine the I day. The gentleman is lIon. Geo. E.

lined and strikingly former revenue cutter Hamllo>> ,I Special to The Journal. .1 Foss, chairman of the committee on
which the Bar Pilots Association-I Milton Mar. 29.-The graatest, Wear Her OutThe
stylish. All Stehv" sires to naval affairs of the house of representatives
purchase and usa as a pilot success in the history of Milton ir I
Bloch made, precisein boat, have returned to the city. Several the way of amateur performances occurred and his business is to""m-
of the pilots are still in Mobile, vestigate the advisability of locating;
fit and expressivein at the K. of P. hall last Puce- .
but will probably return. home this day night for the purpose of raising; a graving dock at the Pensacola drudgery of house work seems never

style. morning I funds to cover the coat of lightin:;: navy jard.This .
The committee that went froLi the Presbyterian church with elec. news reached PenFacola: yesteraay -I ending to tired-out dispirited women who

here was composed of eleven pilots, tric lights., : and immediately a coinmittei suffer from female complaints or Irregularities. Inflammation -
Prices$16.50- but those who have returned have The beautiful voice ofIrs.. P. of members of the Chamber of Commerce -
but little to say regarding the purchase (Rosasco of Bay Point, was greatly. was appointed to meet the and ulceration cause fearful bearing-down pains which
to $30. of the Hamilton. They staUM aQ'mired' a large audience also the! v.sitor and point out the advantage of
that the deal for the purchase of the instrumental music rendered by Miss I the local :yard as a most suitable are aggravated by much standing on the feet and lifting necessary In

vessel had not jet been closed and Ella Simpson and Mr. C. H. Rump- 'Tomt to locate a. gravng! dock. This house work. ,
it Is probable that a meeting of he son. committee Is composed ofVat.. II.I
association will be held before nny i The performance closed with a onE! I!: Knowles J. S. Reese, J. M. Muldon.; But let no woman despair of relief from this torture. That famous
further action is taken. In the event "' C. %V. Lamar John C Avery John
act drama called "Ugliest of : even, ,
S= that the Hamilton, which t is; a vessel which 'proved conclusively that there E, Stillman alto! Morris Bear. tonic reconstructor of diseased or disordered female organism,
: -J 140 feet in length, is purchase the irf>: lots Of dramatic talent in Milton I Congressman Fo pilot boat Florida will either :Je usedin :that has not been dscovered: preious -'I other point on his trip from Wash
the tra 'e or else will ho sold. \ to its production. ington, but will come direct to Pen-! Lydia.E.Pinkbams tableCompound
1 Speaking of the visit of the pilotsto sacola, then returning to submit als

that city, the Mobile Item of yesterday -f Tnt LOVERS' CANDLES. report
contained the following: All of the high naval officials! especially
I PANAMASCLEANED. "A committee from the Pensacola{ An! Old C'oartdilp Custom That Still those connected with yards I : has cured more than one million American Women and It will cure
Bar Pilot's A Association headed by II I and dock have strongly recommended -
Prevafis In Poland. with when back-
troubled painful irregularities
When
of dock hero, and you. _
BLEACHED REBANDED Capt. Charles Perry, chairman of the the placing a
;I BY EXPERT WORKMEN.Leave executive committee of the organisa'I A quaint old ruperstition is to this Secretary Bonaparte has strongly aches and headaches drive out all ambition Lydia E. Pinkham'a
tion, who arrived here last night day held In Poland to the effect that urged upon congress that an appropriation -
Hats at Wagenheim's Cigar from Pera-acola! and secured quartersat two lighted candles set afloat on the be allowed for the same, as Vegetable Compound will bring back health strength and happiness.
32 S. Palafox.
Store
the St. Andrew, have been busily river by two lovers will by their con- he id'eems' it a necessity.!

< -- engaged to-day at the Pinto Pass duct foretell if the course of true lore Efforts have been made for the'past It Gave Me New Life a.nd Vigor
stocks of the Bruce & Olinger company will run smooth or otherwise.The ? four or five tyears to secure an
I' Cottx-oll making a rigid inspection of the candles" appropriation for a dock of this character DEAR MRS. PINKHAU:-Last spring while we were moving. I did considerable
steamer Hamilton, formerly a government "lovers/ are launchedat at the local Hud but each t'nio mere work than my strength permitted, and, having mental trouble at the same time.
I FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. revenue cutter, and purchased a very pretty water fete that takes failure resulted. It is believed n r."'. my health broke down completely and I found myself unable to rest or eat. My nervous -
Pensacola. Fla. by Capt. Lee Kimball. ,, place every summer on that part of the however, that congress will allow system became shattered and I was pale and emaciated and had to take to my bed. *
Vistula which runs through Poland. It the appropriation of over a r.. llion My sister advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and.
.. -- "Negotiations for the purchase of commences at sunset The river is dollars for the construction of the I' although I had no faith in patent medicines, I was so miserable that I would take any-
a OUTCLASS AND DIAMONDS the Hamilton by the Pensacola pilots! thronged with a procession of little dock. I thing for relief I found that it made a complete change for the better inducing appotite .
have been under way since early and restful sleep and imparting new life and vigor to my entire system.
' rew: Stock"Only the Best. last week and this is the second visit boats containing masked ladies and
\ EXCURSION TO THF. I gained nearly fourteen pounds, my complexion looked fresh and clear and my
J W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox St. of the committee to Mobile. To li; gentlemen. Each person carries two LAST CHAUTAUQUA I best friends were surprised and pleased at the change and could hardly credit the
the entire committea was taken to wreaths and two candles! the latter 'FLORIDA' fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had accomplished it.
-- ---- the Hamilton on a tug where they examined representing the person carrying them HONORA LILLIAN HENRY. -
TURTON &. BELL. the bottom and interior of he and the object of his or her affections. Next Saturday the L. & N. will run I 1118 31st Ave., South, Seattle, Wash. Director Seattle Dramatic Club.
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. \essel This afternoon the boilers of They are lighted fixed firmly in the the last excursion of this season to I

Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. the vessel will be inspected. 'i! center of the wreaths and laid side by the Florida Chautauqua. A musical srpe.biprogram Do not let disease make: headway: Write at once to Mrs. Pinkham Lynn Mass.
has been arranged. i I
--- -- "Some the city of this the afternoon committee and came r backto tlrn-; side in the water. Should they float and magical including the ceeftrate: -' Her advice is free and will contain information: of great value to you. Mrs. Pinkham is

R. K. WHITE, ed to Pensacola on the early train. down the river close together It Is a magician Douglas one of the greatostj tlaughter-in-lav of Lydia E. Pinkham and for tvl nty-five years under her direction
li'chmaktr Jeweler and Graduate and majority of the sign that their lives should be united. in the country. The coming Satur-j, .
a
Manufacturing Capt Perry and since her decease die has been advising sick women free of charge
Optician 30 S. Paiafox Street. Pensacola. ria.L committeemen remain in order to oe Should they drift away from each other day promises to bs one of the largest
present at the inspection of the / It is a sign that thy loverswill be and best of all the excursions this
boilens. Some of the pilots leavingfor parted. and should they only drift year and the railroad has made ample Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fall

home expressed themselves as asunder for a little way and farther on I arrangements to carry the people.
Tersely Told pleased with that part of the<' it -
. greatly come together again is a sign that .
Hamilton which they have already In- the loved ones will only be parted for CITY COUNCIL WILL MEET .__ :in L

_, :M Lindsay of Pollard, Ala., a spected. I'I a time and all come right In the end. I IN ADJOURNED" SESSION

fromine-ni mill! man of that town, isla "There is but little doubt tl'at the the There is much method and order about The Council-, which held a ______ ___ _,__u, _____
City
' Pensacola pilots will purchase
\ ti city business.Eierjr .
on the of this: The Greek Symposium. A
arrangement .
Hamilton. She is regara'd:! as a .ve- procession.The lengthy session Wednesday night is i CATCHING TURTLES. Sunday Observance.
day in the want ad. columns sel most suitable for the use intended boats glide along in rows, so many to meet today in adjourned session. I The Greek symposium was literally Scene, Scotch farmhouse; time, Sun-
:> "the tide which leads on to fortunefor as a pilot boat, as her accommodations abreast, and after the first row have The meeting is to be held at the noon Uetbod V".e l-by the-Fishermen of "drinking together" but before the day morning.
someone-Is "at Its flood." It may are ample. .and" otherwise admirably proved their wreaths they move awayto hour, which is the most convenient tbe Tropl .. drinking fully began there was a ban- Tourist (to farmer's wife)-Can you
'; be jour turn today. arranged and of. sufficient the sides and the others come forward time for the ald rmen. Turtles are always captured at night quet more or l less elaborate" as the let me have a glass of milk, please?

Amon? the pleasure seekers arriv- depth to withstand the roughest in succession. The river \III well The purpose of the meeting is ol i and usually on moonlight ones. Thisis wealth and taste of the host might dic :Milk is produced and consumed.

bg in the city yesterday were R. F weather. It is more thanMikely that illuminated, and a large concourse of hear the reading of the proposed con-I the time they go on the shore to lay tate. The guests came In their best. Tourist (taking some coppers from
Afims and R. G. Mulllns. cf Ma>"- the boiler test will 'prove satisfactory is people assembles! to watch the proceedings tract between the city and T. Chalk-' their They select a smooth, Even old Socrates, I'lato tells us In his"Dialogue" his pocket)-A penny, I suppose. ,aFarmer's
this it eggs.
concerned and as ley Hatton. who has submitted a prop-I
to all
fell Ky. They will remain here for The is on the subject was not
I scene a charming Wife-Mon. dae
flOW understood, is all that is necessary one osition to th? city in regard to the : sandy beach dig holes in the sand, deposit ye no think
ITeral da's. and above taking a little extra pains when
. to complete the sale, the negotiations reminds one more of fairylandthan engineering and surveying work to he I their eggs there and leave themto same o' yersel' tae be buyin' goods on I
E. Lupoujudge of Winnepeg, Minn., to- of anything else. be was invited out. Some: one met him the Sawbath?
. : will probably be closed done when the improvements are com I be hatched by the heat of the sand.
iho t l'o largely interested in timberliads one day in the market place "fresh
!
Tourist tbe
morrow. menced. ,, When the turtles are on shore for this (repocketing coppers-
m that state, to In Pensacola' "Members of the committee stated Lack Maney."Handsel" I purpose hunters come upon them, and from the bath and sandaled." and as Oh well there's no harm done. I'm,

, toting over this section with a view that the purchase price of the Hamilton Is the first money receivedfor EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATION: i they are easily overtaken for turtlesare tho sight of the sandals was unusual, lure I'm much obliged. Fut won't you *
O investing in timber lands. would not be made public for the day ("luck money"), that which slow movers. The hunters have he asked him whither he. was going have the money for It?

: The British schooner Union, which I the .present, but the pilot boat Florida Is given back "for luck" by the sellerto Its Origin One of the Insolvrd Bnlgo I not a very strenuous undertaking. All that he was so fine. "To a banquet at Farmer's Wife-Na, na; I'll no tak r
, med in port yesterday from Hou- now doing service off the coastof the buyer. Spitting upon it is the ma. of the World. I that is necessary to be done is to turn Agathon's" he replied, "and I have put less than saxpence for breakin the
flras! brought in a large cargo of Pensacola. was a part of the built con-by essence of the whole transaction, ana 'The origin of Egyptian civilization the turtles on their backs and leave on my finery because be Is a fine crea Sawbath!-Leeds Murcury.IVasblnrton .

,I hanas kal which were disposed: of to I sicteration.' Kimball The and Florida sold to was the Pen !It Is practiced today not only all over has been the enigma of the world for them until the next day, when they are ture. What" say you to going with me
: wholesale dealers. Capt. but all the world. We centuries. Presenting unbidden? .
cola pilots six years ao; for 16000. England, over the past twenty-five removed. and narrari.
tie Journal's Easter Edition which She ,is regarded a'* still in the best know from many classical authors no hibtoric or even mythic infancy Another more curious way of catchIng .' Washington received from Harvard
eaes out on Sunday, April 8, will be of condition and is only discardeJ what virtue was believed by ancient it appears before the world at turtles is by fishing by the remora The T arl t Way. college the honorary degree of doctor of

oa which ought to make every Pen- that a larger and ;more commodiuos Greeks and Romans (bee Potter, "Ar- nce as a highly civilized and organic a fish found in the tropical waters.. 'The Alpine Tra\'eler-Thls is a very dangerous laws. The distinction was voted by,',
I4t6l!ian feel proud. Advertisers who \essel: can be obtained. chaeol. Graec.." I., 417)) to lie in the community centuries before Moses wasa popular name of this fish and the one i place, you say. And do the the president and fellows of the college'"
*:*> to hate their advertisements in- I "All members of the committeeseen act and there is also abundant evidence boy. Upon this subject Kenan says, by which the children of those coun- ': |'ioor people who live on* the mountain at the meeting at Watertown April 3.177ti .

fced should not fail to send In their expressed themselves as favorably -. of the belief all through the middle "Egypt has no archaic epoch, but sud- tries call them is the sucking fish. This I have to travel this way every day? "as an expression of the gratitude ,
H\ before next Thursday, or It with the steamer Guide-Ob, no! They are not such
may
*, impressed of Captains ages<< and now In the twentieth denly takes its place iu the world in all name is given to them on account of a 'I of this college for his eminent
-rowded out. is composed fools! much easier
The committee They go up by a '
remains strong as without father services in the of his ,
century it as ever. its matchless magnificence disk 011 their heads by which they can i cause country
AIn*-
George >
Tie laSt meeting of the Touristc Charles Scholls Perry, P. W. Jones, J.I Iortb. I Otto Jabu says: "I have often seen the and without mother and as clean : attach themselves to any smooth surI I: road. We only bring the tourists round and to their society." Tbe signers were 1
Uames .
this
for Ihs season will ba held to- M.\\ Plinn. T S. Caro. L. Anderson, fishwives of Ellerbeck. when they had apart from all evolution as if it had I I face, like the side of a shark a ship way.-l'earson's Weekly.CriUHsm. President Samuel Langdon, Nathaniel

Commerce 145c in the rooms of the Chamber of L. Clifford W. J. Oldmixon C. S'I I pot nandgeld from my mother, bow drdpped from the unknown bea\ens.;! I or the shell of a turtle. This disk is Appleton, John Winthrop, Andrew ElI I

one and This an meeting excellent will be aiial I-angford; ana1 H L. White. they spat upon It. They say that It Would not an explanation at least feasible -I like the soft leather "puckers" that are We cannot te tile motives of the lot Samuel Cooper and John Wad-
b. been program \Vhen the negotiations were brings them besonderes gluck. They be found in the hypothesis that it popular with schoolboys.; When this worth.
arranged for. the occasion. actions we condemn, we cannot know
')a" opened one of the Pensacola paper will not tell the reason. Certainly it is received its civilization from some I I fish has once attached himself to anything -
sting of vocal 1 and instrumental 1 the trials and temptations of our broth-
!:"*.1<' rtr The stated that there was some probability done to keep off witchcVaft" The same source no longer existing? Menes, the |1 I you can pull him to pieces rather Didn't Know
program commences er's inner life therefore bow is It
I' :v> o'clock and it is expectd of the Florida falling Into the pos- thing is done by modern Egyptians and first historic figure in Its long line of '! than force him to release his hold. ; his possible There are some persons who cannot
'sat 'hf>r.. will be a large number of session: of the Mobile bar pilots. Saeral \- by Italians. At Posilippo I gave a dynasties, the outlines of whose personality i! Turtle hunters go in boats and carry ? Home for us Xotes.to criticise actions.fairly take a joke, but Sniggins is not one ofthem.

tQurullJi and others present.P0 t members denied' of the the statement organization, s.,'>- penny to a deaf mute. lIe first spat I loom up waveringly indefinite ;, several of these remoras in'tubs. When A. "friend" acquainted willsSniggins'
.. strongly It then It to his forehead, and I against the deep and him the frequent changes of abode
*'ho make money out of real I that they had no CJe: for thp vessel. on put I II but grandly impressive I! they see a turtle get near A Pity Icdeed.
fstat d 'als are not all real estate J'I Ing. lastly.devoutly crossed himself with It, j mythic background of prehistoric storyat I sucker is sent after him. lie Is held Snipkins (just returned from Italy)- asked him which lie thought was the
atMlfi ; stat precisely (except the crossing) as Is least 4500 B. C.. conceived and executed his tail which in turn cheaper-to move or to pay rent
Real :
estate is the "side Ine": i "Som of the Pensacola pilots I I by the ring on And FO, you see. I did not "see Naples "
Of man: a salaried! man who, having cd that the purchase price of the I;: done by modern Egyptians. Even In enterprises extorting the warmest I is attached by a stout cord. Soon.the and diX" Ii Awfly Bored (absently "I can't tell you. my dear boy, re-
a few hundnd dollars for capital; is Hamilton if negotiations were closed firoff Celebes the natives spit In the admiration from the best engineers i fish is securely fastened to the shell -\Veeia oit .A,;v Sliir. J t''fj; SnIgglns. "I have always moved."

tZ1ah1t'd. sometimes in an hour, to would be close to 20000. taking inconsideration same way as a protective rite.-...Notesinu of the twentieth century. Did he not I I of the turtle. and turtle and fish are -London
.u'hlfl his monthly income. Of course the value of the Queries. I I alter the course of the Nile by vast hauled into the boat together. Once in
1101' man real estate deals are made Florida." 1 j embankments to gain stable fouifdations -I the air the remora l loosens his hold and

acept !trough advertising.time I FOR PILES !Sneoesa In Business.The !' other than iu shifting sands for I Is dropped back into the tqb to rest Always.Remember the'Quinina Full /famelaxative Telt"gr&lb."I
CURE JJrcmo
A GUARANTEED of Memphis and construct Is slgbtetl.WashI -
Bleeding. Protruding path of success in business Is Invariably I tU sacred city until another turtle fJ.
time
Blind.
try B'ue! Ribbon Lemon Itching i the artificial lake of Moeris, 450 I Star. tares Cold to One Day Cripm 3D_
01'a t ulla. Sat Piles. Druggists are authorized to re- the path of common sense. I a a .
Inaction: jjiaranteed miles in circumference and :;::;0 feet I I
50c.Imaginary' all that Is said about
<
: MII mon.j back to cure in to 14 day Notwithstanding j I
Absolutely
pure.vT !_ : deep, as a reservoir for the waters of __ __ _
the best
'wice as far and the "Blue Rib- "lucky hits, kind of success I
Haior is In man's life is not that which I the Nile? _. ..._ ..,., ,...,.,JI1I*....... !''!,..*_ .* ,srrerfifiW8*.--* *..._.....
rerfection. every !IA'n. ... I
: n.n
accident-rS. Smiles. I I Look too, at the colossal achieve- .I U U n U.H '.. B..fJ 1'm! U U. .J'UU'U"U..U u.u. U u 'U'U :Uf
"Father." said the little boy "every comes by .1 in architecture, I Il
Govern YunrcHf.en i racists of his successors B
{ and women often say they can't now and then I bear you talking about Bred to It. ,1 sculpture engineering: astronomical I' *5*! Is-lliET LLTAiErlYou

JWfrn themselves. That: is simply ad- somebody" who was old enough to know "He seems to see the worst side of I j political, medical social and military Hii TONE !

tus! ; they have defects of character better. everybody." science, to say nothing of navigationand
"
""<* are their "Yes, my boy. theology. Witness the ruins of _
masters.: They ought "He can't help It. He's an amateur M

'n fctaien.make eprt The and see if they are notE "What the age old la that gentleman lathert"And after some Dh ton11b.er"-Washington Star. the which Labyrinth had 3OC1 recorded chambers by half Herodotus of them judge a piano by its tone, for tone i is the unearring index that tells

leif C9atrol!: are worst on the effects health.of lack It al-of thought replied: -, ,-- -- ,- above ground aud half below, a com- ::t whether a .piano is good or bad. It is because of i:.

Jw, every kind of bad habit In eatS "My son, there Isn't any such thing. -I bination of courts chambers, colonnades -
drinking It's like the golden age -purely mytho statues and pyramids. Witnessthe
dressing and sleeping to 3 Their Marvelous Tone Qualities
f.f.i
DONTTIREEASILY
fain! j I magnificent temple!
Possession of the person and the logical. _ _ I wonders of the 13 _
'SuIt is of Karnak. which still awakens our admiration -
*!racter.-nome a weak Xotes.instead of a strong Knew the Goaslp. I I :a temple, as Denon says: i*1 i That the Kranich & Bach, Packard, Lester Cassell and Clutter Pianos *
"Why do you keep such an inefficient of Notre Damein Such is with the ::
servant as that and pay her such when you eat wherein the Cathedral of Its 1B have become so widely popular. tone only possible ..

has Ked ln Balt1'u high wages?" halls Paris and could yet not be touch set inside the walls.one Witness i finest made pianos. When you buy buy the best-easy to buy, easy to pay.

always been a favorite milItary I "My dear" she baa been a maid inevery originally =: I
color the sublime pyramids ::
its Nuts s
employment dates from In our set" Grape .
the family of prominence Ra and
time of Lycurgus. the Spartan, who built in honor of the sun god it Oldest and Largest 114-1165. Palafox 51.I .
fn nllnandt'd his army to be arrayed In -Baltimore American. for use as astronomical observatories, : Music House in Clutter Music House Phone15 _
rd tunl\"S In order that new recruits the splendors of Memphis. Thebes and I l:! Florida PENSACOLA
The Koran forbids true believers to and the obe- .
Itrbt of the sphinx
is
proof. Heliopohs
not be Trial ,
dismayed: at the sight of !: CLUTTER.cTres. B. E. CLUTTER. Sec.
fruit W. C.
bloj trees the GEO.
: ItS! first destroy the Tines' 'palm lisks, the statuary and numerous
dates! from use in the British army trees corn and cattle even of their "THERE'S A REASON." temples with the ruins of which the I !-=t _Jnt ...... .................,.....,rw._ ._ 1 ""' j
*. 1320.; when the yeomen of j r "! tt"'flm.i" :: !'; .:-u.tH'. ............ rr .w--I__...t.._._..' ,4":'.. ....'... .f
Jr.3'd! n'ere dressed in red. worst enemies. land Is still filled.-Exchance.: ....1UI ...._IUI... II'._............ ...____........... '_ -

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PAGE FOUR' THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FVR i lo Y""MbRNING I MARCH_ 30,_ 19D.8 _- _-- -
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ertiraated that tbs draining of these j tt !-.' 'i-H ii- OPERA

t1 l lands 'will increase the value of all -, The Sunny Side.of Life HOUSE r

: : mJe lBtnJafola !joufnal If NEWS AND VIEWS:4 "
the other lands fully 10 per cent. FROM STATE PAPERS ONE NIGHT ONLY! -

; : this estimate ion't too high, the X Saturdaday. March 'i
3i
'l'( to.iii money appropriated for getting rid of : tf-r" '!1iMrr. H- MELVILLE B. RAYMOND 1
; J ::
'
mosquitoes will ... I CARTOON COM
Cin
t'/ DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. j spent. T/he/ lands are estimatedto Will BQ a State Issue.It .

f'i' A'. be worth about 1000000000. If must be apparent to all obsrv- Buster
.. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY : by the expenoSture of $330,000 they era that thfere is to be a heated and Brown

.t-'i can be made to be worth 10 per cent Determined contest in the next Legis. With the Original New York Cast aM
...BY... i
lature Buckman educational! !
rrore than their present value the Investment as to the Production. t jS
: : I i will be a remarkablly good l w. Those opposed to its provision
i THE JOURNAL COMPANY. cne. The Newark marshes will be and those favoring it are now at MASTER GABRIELAmerica's

V : I{I attacked first. New York city ought work and the clash will come at the Most Talented
I r.ext Tallahassee. The Toy Coir
to contribute something for draining session in : *

::;>. FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. I tLewe marsh, because the mosquitoes work accomplished under that law dian as Buster.
.., will doubtless and nullified SEE RAYMOND'S
which annoy that city once all ba upset SCOTCHFUSILEERS
: I in a while come from there. if one'(action can elect its can

: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. : But will it' be possible to get dldates. It will be equally so with I I

.. I I rid of the breeding places to such an the other faction to retain the law d1 A Tremendous Sensation i m \I l t:,
I
... extant: that the state will be comtfpletely and encourage the progress of cat-Tying : &Jdl' Metropolitan Cities.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. : rid cf the pest? It seenn into effact, its provisions. ( P'RICES-25c to $1.50.
I I It is to be'regretted that there is r Curtain 8 o'clock '
4 One Year. .................J5 00 One Month.. ...... ........ 45 hardly probable. There are plenty of such knarp :
Six Month......... .... ... 2 50 One Week .. .... .... ..... I'') marshes in the state that it will ba I law: strifeapparent, that. contention over the new Seats on Sale Tuesda noon ro

.. Three Months..... ........ 1 %5 Weeklv Edition, per iear..1 Ot practically impossible to drain at any be an;; all without cannot -
leasonable cost. They are so low, amicably adjusted makinga

that the only way they can be drained I state issue of It. The courts so far Legal AdvertisementsIn

I The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed is to pump the water out of them. have sustained the validity of the ,.
., That would bn an expensive way of law, thus giving the advocates of it f Kind to IUds -

.-> ) Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. i'I draining them. and besides, the I material advantage. Instead of appeasing Miss Cati tlqu-My: friends should be Cl4n! -Ite''s a kind-hearted automobilist.Miu FOR UNIFORMS. r;

': ; rumixi would hue to be kept: at the opposition thereto it very thankful to roe. tsn-t net Sealed bids will be receive f) .
work not seems the decisions have spurred : Anuque-Kor what? Clarence Exceptionally so. 1 nevetMiss the ,
.f I only during the fire years Board of Safety at Cl 'r> 11' -
.. set for the of the I that faction to greater effort, and Caus que-At the'very great numknew" him to run oyer even a child uaUst r;:;
;'4 : Offlces,108 and 110 East ....... Papers on Saleon Trains apart completion ber of disagreeable things I think of, but he WM m a b1 rry./ until 3 o'clock.edn'id3 i HI
.
they their
\ I undertaking, but during all subsequent may jet have revenge .by \ April 4tt. for summer uniform )'
donteaj. :
Government. Phone 38. and at all NewsStands.
.} } .I .. 3 ears. Doubtless all that En-j electing members sufficient to repeal Police and Fire Department:, .)

tcmologist Smith hopes to accomplish the .law. City[ of Pensacola, samples 01 ,'10:,

'.g, is to drain the.marshes: near the I The new law's. enforcement. for be submitted with bids. Th. .- r,;
\ *"" larger towns. With the towns clear the two jearj it has been in -,
operation .
Y MORNING. MARCH :30. 1906 'PENSACOLA.! FLORIDA. FRIDA reject any and all bids is rCHAS. < '.. ,:
ed of the pest comparatively little and the result, will be points of I H. BUSS
....lr" ti\
.. I will be heard of the New :Jersey ,est. interest to the tanpajers and there, 0 r,:
!1t I :
;t.l'1oI{ The State of Texas cal than we are accustomed to, but Interested in education. The In Escambia County Circm" > -.
.." G. they have the merit of being unequivocal -I THE PLAN ET' JUPITER. friends of tha law assert it will save.. State of Florida. In Cbanc.

,;' : r Against the South. 'I' and his patriotioiu cannot i .r I'' There Are Practically S.o. IDTbUi away on state colleges and now
I questioned. I Monday, the 7th day of M1DOC Ia: r,:
:1;1 Texas alone of all the southern spent on county schools to goatf effect -
:" We would not put such a man in-, Distant World. the defendant Mary T lint

Pi: :" etales; ha assumed an attitude of to the presidential chair, if the decisIon -- Taking the earth's mean distance local The question is by no means a is required to appear to ',:. ..
but state issue. Jacksonville -
one
.;";.: ..,; ; antagonism to the Mallory-Williams I were left to us; at least, no' from the sun at 92,706,050: miles, the Metropolis.a filed against her herein This --t'f: r,:
.
11- ;; i national quarantine bill, now before the Mr. Tilknaa of the present time; mean distance of Jupiter from the sun S SHow to be published once .-ach w v r.
'
'
but, It the south should 'pronounce in will be four ((4)) consecutive weeks,
: miles. The
:! 482,803,970 eccentricity We m o
Uphold
S ..: Congress, and, from all accounts, the his favor, we should be forcea1 to the Flag. t;
: jJ 1 '.; tght against the measure is dictated recognize that he is representative of, of Its elliptical orbit being There l is a picture in the Atlanta Pensacola Journal, a news>p.ip: <> jr.>-
: .04825, its distance from the sun at Journal of Thursday, which shows Ushed in said Escambia ount \ 'i
:- ., what south stands for. We
selfish motives. The Birmingham the now
faclely by -
.,- would trust to the sobering influ- perihelion is 459.r 07.760 miles and how Russian soldiers stampout rebellion M. McMillan: Clerk Circu'f' ('OU. /,
Age-Herald states the caseIn I L. G. Aymard. D. C. Pensacol.. *
.$ of the position to refine his at aphelion 500,100,180 miles. BetweenIts and dissatisfaction in that ;
S r a nutshell in the following which conduct.ecces greatest and least distances, there- country. Why not print a picture of March 22, I r Qt.. 3unur..or} r'

t 1 eppeared in a recent issue of that fore, there is a difference of 40,582,420 the butchery of the 900 Mores 'showIng "!

i-t. ., ,. ; Taper: Now that Premier :"Wltte has been miles, or about one-half the earth's how our civilized and Christian GUARDIAN'S/ NOTICE.boticeIsherebygiven .
government pacifies the rebelliousand that I I. I . 'J Galveston utilized last year's yellow marked for killing, the Czar would do mean distance from the sun. The inclination "
1'I
L "uphold the flag? -Inverness Undo guardian of Bertha Ma[
4 ;. fever to build up its trade at the well to keep his ejesopen for an- of Jupiter's orbit to the planeof Chronicle. and Harold Lind minors, will (1p ,' .

f.'; ,,-,. :: penile of Xew Orleans, and it is other martyr to carry his burdens. the ecliptic being only 1 degree 18 S S S (" Hon. Henry Bellinger, (count jui:, st I
: Milling to the from
repeat game sear minutes 41 seconds, or less than that
People Want
the Details.It Florida
Escambla ( ;
county at' niv offic
.
: ;; to >ear. It does not seem to care The DlKKMTh
... how many lives are sacrIficed. or Read the of any of the other large planets with might be quite dignified for a r* are very few women architect* ghe-What Is the biggest.nsh story yo on the 28th day of Apn! \ I n !I'm! e''

low, many Enterprises are paralyzed the exception of Uranus the planet newspaip r to simply! state that a "Ko wonder. Women do not relish be. ever beard? at ten o'clock a. m, or as soon hen'

,L P .risewh&re, provided it can get on Want Advertisements. never departs much from the ecliptic, great disaster had taken place-but Ing called 'deslening creatures." He-Jonah and the whale. after as I can be heard for aum' ..." ..

'F t prosperously at the expense of its and hence it was called by the ancientsthe the people woula] want the details. Sot to sell all' the right, title antIu's" '

Pc JlC.>l hbors.it. An acre In Middlesex Is better thana "ecliptic planet Its period of might be quite dignified; for a storeto of said minors in and to HI 'n: ,
.
: '- The banana quarantine is to be Principality in Utopia;" and a city revolution round the sun Is 11 years simply announce a great "annualsale" ing described real estate siuuu'

1" ;: fctretched Into a general commercial lot in Pensacola is worth more thanan 31-i.8 da1s. want -but all of the the people details..PFampaTribuneb would still ing and 'be ng in the county it! hs. (:"

.I) ',! ; Fchenie to benefit Texas ports, and to' acre In 'M'1ddlesex-and will sell The Inclination of its axis of rotation bia, state of Florida to-wu: TtI.s

1.: ,. t, destroy in particular the hated rivalry for more if you advertise it in the being nearly at right angles to the 'I S S S thirty-five ((35)) feet of th nil'. .

of New Orleans. This is all there plane of Its orbit there are practicallyno hundred and sixty ((160)) ft's-
By All Means Fair.Governor .
.Flay
.. $ is in the Texas campaign, and the want columns. seasons In this distant world and three hundred and fifty-four i.: '
l't. t t pretense that the esteemed constitu- Broward is solemnly
the Old City of Pensacola, no!
I I'1 ? I \I tion would be trampled on that Someone is making! a half-failure in the only variation in the beat and light charged with prosecuting a work hereditamnt J
and with the tenements, 411
at point its surface would be
<* ..5..' the trampling act would coat $300.000) Kinesp) in this city in which you any on "forbidden by-a federal court" May appurtenances thereunto belongs\,* ,
that due to the comparatively small we venture to suggest that it does
li buncombe pure and solely. They could make your fortune. Get hold of in any wise appertaining. IAHLini -.,.
.., '. desire to get New Orleans in a corner variation In its distance from the pun not look that'way.; It does not seem Guardian.

.... : again-that is all. that business through a "Business Op. referred to above. Its mean distance hat: the governor has been forbiddenby 20maroaw4w.( .1

It will be strange indeed if Con- portunity" advertisement. from the sun being 5.2028 times the any court.to drain the Everglades.

: press leases the country exposed to earth's mean distance from the sun. It lie has been, as we understand it, U 'X (

I 'Ie '... 9 llow fever for the sake of promoting Goldsmith wrote: "Every want follows that the heat and light received temporarily restrained; from levying .
p .r t the trade of a half a dozen Texas and collecting certain special taxes DIRECTORY
:. that stimulates the breast becomes a by Jupiter are 27 times ((52
; towns. It will be still stranger if republicans for that purpose-which is a somewhat -
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less than the earth receives.
squared
sources of pleasure when redrest. ) ------
: listen to a lot of states- "afifferent thing. Let's play fair.
: The amount of heat received from the
.it rights( twaddle on the subject. ButS However, a want which! Is advertisedin -Tampa Times. k--- Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F.
sun by this planet is very small, and .
S S
those republicans may turn their a poor medium may "stimulate the : T Joppa Lodge No.6, I. O. 0
were It constituted like the earth Its a
I ojes up in horror when the sticklerson breast" a little too long for comfort. Smiling Joe Humphries. meets every Tuesday evenIng' ai! -
constitutional law talk, simply De- surface should be perpetually coveredby !Senator J. H. Humphries. of CralJ.- o'clock at Rafford Hall, VWsi Gam>

'f r t cause they want that $500,000 for use If you are a "square peg." don't be frost and snow. t Far from this being entown was amongst us this week / \' St. Visiting brethren are cordiau :>

1 Ic their respctlve districts Instead the case, the telescope shows its looking after the wants of the peo- vited.
". satisfied in "a hole Cettlnr Rich Rapt>!:, Cnooffh.
I of spending it to keep a dangerous round Uncon atmosphere to be in a state of constant ipBa through this section, He is lie Ba. Only Oac. doesn't believe In trusts." T. H. FLEETWOOD X "-
4'! disease out of the country. genial employment mqy not make youa and wonderful change. senator from this and Manatee coun She-What is meant by "bottom dollar." "H
He-Well. In the case of a married mae:! "He doesn't,need to. He owpa a wlntei J. W. GINGLES, Sec
.\ Texas should take notice that her failure but It will prevent your suc These extraordinary changes cannot ty and is alive to the interests of It's the same a* his top dollar. >e$:rt JjoieL" 31jan6m.
.
:t .." I Ktlfishness and narrowness in this cess. :A want ad will find for you the- possibly be due to the solar heat, and both counties.' It is a' pleasure to

l 'k c .matter will not go unpunished. The sort of they have suggested the Idea that the meet this gentleman, who is also
work like to do which
you
; Pensacola Lodge Nv. 3. K. of r
desire the of Florida's
,, ;f other gulf states passage one brainy newspapermen.
planet perhaps be In a redhot
1 of the Williams-Mallory. bill and Is the only kind any man should ever may Senator Humphries has madean meets every Monday evening A I

.. :--t t ; nothing standa In the w.iy except the do. state, a miniature sun-in fact, glow- efficient member of the senate, o'clock at their temporary Ca: ut Uju
f commercialism of Texas. ing with Inherent heat The great brilliancy found over lou stable \V. Intended :&
;, .. and was on some of the most '
; I The different phases of the quarantine **.A. word to the wise Is enough: ;", of Its surface, the "albedo." as Important committies. He is one of tr Visiting brethren cordially WUOJJB.*
isot it is (called and its small n3lty-less the people and his visits are always J. A. KIRKPATRICK c I..
-ci _i.L bill have been thrashed over tool and unless it is a wise word it oI I 1 f I IS
t than that of the sun-are facts in favor ll'Ppredated.-Arcadia News. H. HORSLER. K. of R. &. S
$- !ff c i nany times to necessitate going much. Your: want ad will carry jour- of this hypothesis. As the attractionof 'I' LS
.
I r. ; over the details of the measure again,I "word to the wise" if you place it in Jupiter's enormous mass would render QUt.t.U: Ut-U RUSSIA. S 'c ) 4s Ratnbone Lodge :\..

1,.! .. .. f and while it is possible that the bill the paper whl n the wise; read. the materials near its center of ;. 30. K. of P. meeu7;

4gg 'S 1 does not meet every requirement to much greater: density than those neft:!: The Flrinc of Moscow In the Time of Thursday evening .. I

I. the satisfaction of each individual If your bUII-i; ; not promising Its surface, the latter must be consider Ivan the Terrible. S _____ 4 o'clock in their teaspor: f
,
t .. t citizen! the fact remains that It Is the enough to command needed capital ably lighter than water and may possibly One who traveled' through Russia in __ I II II Castle Hal!, over feu >t>
'''t1i't ; Is probably too be in the ble, W. Intendenc-a "tttvt-
I tt that the poor a proposition for gaseous state. 1608 wrote in Latin an interesting: account -
:- test, quarantine measure tDfo
you to waste your own time upon. A of what he saw Tins was afterward Visiting knights ut
Ht ct t$tJ I south; can. secure at this time. In dlally welcomed.
want ad will put the matter to the translated into EnglIsh in partas I
', ; : \ 'view of existing conditions and the TO PARENTS AND TEACHERS I J. D. KIRK C t
test. follows)) : "The Muscovites are gener-
',% necessity for a measure that will protect I C. J. LEVY. K. of R. & S.
? ally of a Vef7'strong constitution, both
; Let the child choose his,ideals from
,: the south from the importation "He that hides treasure imaginesthat the many that are presented to him. very tall and bulky. Above one-half of Meetings\ of ti

l-q ff '.' ; of disease, the fight that Texas is every one thinks of that place;" Boys and girls saturated with low lit- the year is taken up with their fasts : Knights of tOl.lm "

'4i xcatyng la not only unseemly but and no Investment, even if a little erature form low ideas, which cling to when the common people feed upon are heH: at it" qa

: .t'r t borders closely upon the disgraceful. "risky," will cause you the worry that them through life. nothing else but cabbage and cucumbers :e 'I ( No. 8 West lEtcs-ifs; .
I .
I
"" ; and these raw, only pickled. The cia street, ot) <" r
'" "hidden money" will. Use a "Busi To teach concentration should be the -
} "''j' The first issue of the Florida Poultry ness Opportunity" ad. end and aim of all school Jnstruction.ew .- writer, Henry William LudolC. has ; fie Plays Poker. Monday eveiiin 4:
leanings toward vegetarianism, for he 1 She-Why don't you set a limit to you Mrs. Jones-Why ate you BO often with 7:30 o'clock. A:
:
!\ York
World.
and Agricultural Journal published ,
"Ic' 1 !1
added, "This is an evident sign of their : drinkIng! out money citation 1 I. extCl:
It-t':;;i'J. at Tampa has just reached Louis> XIV. beer mugs are quotedat Study the child, find out what his natural vigor though It must also beI I 111 do, but you ace (hlc) that I set the Mr. Joneo-It la due to the way I wa to visIting: Knight

i1' '1' The Journal's exchange table. It is a $32 in Birmingham. However, the capabilities are and show him that you limit to far off: I get loaded hlc) trying to raised. JOHN !1 JONES.
the digestion
: allowed that they promote feet tir. Mrs. Jones-You mean reared. don't you?
ioI.. be take interest in him. .. EDM. FOX. Grand Kai.:::
mug can flllea' at the an
-:-t r- monthly: publication, devoted to the ( same oK by the brandy and leeks which the -- Mr. Joneg-No; J mean raised.

..- .11'1 1 advancement of poultry raising, stock: figure Let the children see bow ugly low use In large Quantities, and questionless! --Recorder -

." '.?" \ breeding trucking, farming etc In ideals are and then encourage them to correct the viscous humors arising in ._t )_____ ,
Chairman study the lives of great men. __________________________ Daughters of Rebekah
l.ts.1t : the state of Florida. The first Issue Shonts has announcer the stomach by such indigestible nour ,- (. 17t Naomi I..odge.o.. 10, Haii" r.f
his intention to visit Panama The whole life and future usefulness ** s.Jrwiz1
f ,. o t the publication Is highly commend- in the ishments. Rebekah meets every :Moml -
'5.
,... : near future Here's another opportunily of a child depend' largely on the way Giles Fletcher, an English traveler, at 8 o'clock in I. O. O F ha'

'1- :/, able. for a Taft junket I his mind is trained at school. saw: Moscow fired by an army of. Tartars l lwjrii Ing sisters cordially In.1t.1 I" "

;''i! ; I Many a child's life is ruined by having in 1571) in the absence of Czar .j2 ent

\ A Southern Man "" 7t H H ;'t-tt: I 1 parents or teachers who do not take I Ivan the Terrible. lIe writes, 'There MRS. B. R \VIT I K, 1\.-,1.

R the trouble to understand his capability. : was nothing but whirlwinds and sucha MISS WILLIE KCXDIUt( -
t 1t for President.
i: # NEW JERSEY'S ;! noise as though the heavens' would i-r4j M. E. B. A. No. 81, meetnrei! 1

}; J k;,. Several southern men have been -it PET ,INSTITUTION. It Is more Important for the motherto have fallen." According to Fletcher, third Wednesday evening a: ; i' Ii

... :ri.. suggested as presidential possibilities i5 ,. superintend her son's reading than numerous persons were burned to 1L 9 m., RaJford! Hall. No 10. V n 1 In:' .'

.. ". ''f _1 i since the agitation first began to fa- Savannah News. to see that he wears the latest thing in death, while crowds struggling to escape dencia street.
collars. met and the G. FELL "i1 el.
from the flames ensuing A.
I
v; ij tor a southern man as the standard
"
: ':i-R ;) The character depends upon the crush resulted in thousands of f a- J. U SWEENEY. Sec.
bearer of Democracy 1908 the
;L t' in ana
ideals, and the Ideals are the standard talities.
} .:1t' opinion of the press seems to be that When the Pensacola No 4 J J. 0. 0. F.
Mosquito Lodge ,
S : Department of which the parent or teacher sets before He asserts that "there perished at ::

:: << igcnator Tillman, of South Carolina New Jersey was established by the the child. that time by the fire and the press the Pensacola Lodge No 4, I U 0P:

t. L : .t is the most available man for the Legislature of that state it was a sub- number of 800,000 people or more." meets every. Thursday vUY at
-: candidacThe Mobile Register of ject of jest in all the funny papers at the new hall on \\ >: Gm16t: :
:' << 'f Trolling For Tarpon. This estimate, of course, was excessive. >*..v
street. Visiting bre;: rn |jr
\.iflt.t'-li' yesterday had the following to say of the smiled country.when Even talked the staid Quakers It is not easy to hook a tarpon while As a means of getting rid of the dead Invited. E. CRKCNBLATJ. : : ,
they about it.
4 1 ..) n upon the subject: In New Jersey, however, the new department trolling, for his mouth Is very hard, bodies, says Fletcher the Czar Ivan NEVILLE. Secretary

t..ct: -.,.;.: If the South becomes persuaded -was regarded very seriously says Julian A. Dimock ,in Country Life ordered them on his return to be --- -
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; t., that it must put a candidate in the I by the scientists in control of it America, and much skill may doubt- thrown into the Moskva, and the W. O. W.

( : 1tr' : field for the presidency it is probable They ventured" the opinion that they less here be shown In the playing of ) corpses dammed the deep and rapid A Pre mntiom. Live Oak Camp No.1, W 'JM.

.f 4-4 that Senator Tillman will be the would rid the sLate of mosquitoes, if the fish the work is about the same as Instill I river and caused it to overflow its Flnt Bellboy sees yo' always takes a T ey tiu Together meets in Pythian Hall 1st and ...t

), pI j ; man selected. The senator Is not the enough, money was appropriated for fishing save that cSorecare must be j banks. Illver cup ter rOOm 17. Must be a awel !.Ira. ru1n-SO_)011 Ulink m7 youngest each month'bn ;1;

:Jrtt.! f I ideal of the conservative south, btt the work and reasonable time was allowed used as the hook Is probably not firmly I ooarder. ain't ber eub Dr.has the hlfta! Wednesdays in invitep.
Monk-Sure! lIe.s
': ..:.r he has grown a great deal in recent to accomplish It. i "Coa..elor Therefore.** Second Bellboy-No, Indeed! It I nadntl been eating! toe sovereigns cordially II C. C'
,
told boney. Youean't
imbedded. Anold fisherman me that have A. BOGHH
",: he is no longer looked A bill has house of the done dat der wouldn't be a goblet left la honey wlth-
years, a&a1! upon passed one Sergeant Kelly. a celebrity of the out havtnc th* hives.
.1" he liked to be of his fish and so Te house Dat man's a BROOKS. Crk!
E.
sure glass eater. LESLIE
1k ''
1',! as a dangerous man. At the same legislature there seems to be no l' Irish bar had a remakable habit of ___
,t' he lost nothing of obubt that It the preferred still fishing but to my mind
((1 r1; time" has the good will pass other conclusions directly at variance
drawing
c :-<' ..;.,-rf opinion of the more radical element house and become a law, appropriating it is one of the objections to that meth- Woodman's Circle. 4.
.. and N'
with
his was con- '
: ,.f : of the south that element that has: $350,000In five yearly install od. Another and stronger objection is premises"Counselor w O. W. C.. Oa prove; .' Tn ,lf*

'4)f} "' : been Influenced by Populist ideas ments for ridding the state of mos- the disturbance feelings in think. sequently nicknamed' There- Woodmen Circle meHs ev rv "rf

=;.Ilji1!: Taking him altogether he wouldit.4 quitoes. The name of the state entomologist ing that I am pulling against a''fish'* fore." In court on one occasion hethus *I day X p. m. 2d floor pyt..an Hall ''
<
commanding the is he has been addressed the Jury: "The case is Pou's stable, on Intendencia ;oUt -
; ccme nearer approval Smith and "in'ards." If the line does break the .:.
r (, : 1 of the whole southern people than intrusted with the work. It is his chance of the victim's being able to so clear, gentlemen that you cannot If Paper is Not Delivered to You Visiting sovereigns cord:ally l! -.

.';B1' i any other southern man now in pub- purpose to drain the breeding placesof free himself from the hook Is problematical possibly misunderstand It, and I should Mrs. Leona Langford, Guardian

g1t t lic life. His very aggressiveness' the mosquitoes in the state. while trolling it is the work pay your understandings a very poor M. B. Olsea. Clerk.
;t'T.! at \ makes friends for him. lie is not al When that is done there will be no compliment if I dwelt upon it for an-
of minute after the strain is off the
ho": !i. } ways wise, and often shocks our more moiquitoes, he argues. a other minute. Therefore I shall at 1
l t. ts f ,1 tense of the proprieties. and his v1ewiionpublicjjuestIoasare. There are about 200000 acres of line until a sore mouth is the ,only once proceed to explain it to you a* Promptly Notify Phone No. 38. Read The Journal's Want C

I i1 more .radI1LaI marsh lands in the state, and it is symptom remaining.!. _. today -
< minutely. as possible.
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THE PENSAcOLA JOURNAL, FR"D}< A YiV.M9JtNING I MXRCH 30, 1906 PAGE FIVE.I

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7/ie Journal's Daily Fashion Feature
Every woman "corett a

3 .' Married. shapely,pretty figure,and

many of them deplore the

I WatsonParker&Reese I loss of their girlish form

after marriage. The bearing

W oiiieii of children is often destructive

to the mother's shapeliness.All .

f We have just received by express J 8 of the handsomest Imported t however, by the use.or Mother's Friend before of this baby can comes be avoided, as this,

Robes and Waists ever shown in Pensacola exclusive great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and
preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother'.s Friend overcomes all the

r and will please lady that appreciates high-class dager.o.f child. iith, and carries the expectant mother safely through
designs, every this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.

Lingerie Gowns and Waists. The opportunity presents !' Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from titt
use of this wonderful

itself. Don't delay! The prices we name .are much lower remedy. Sold by all
Mothes
druggists at $xoo
per'bottle.
than in the large Eastern stores They will go quick. Our little .

book,telling all about
this liniment, will be pent free.

A hand'embroidered French Mull A Paris Muslin Robe_______ ____$30.00 \\VI. AF'1'III1I
Tie Bradfle'.d'! Regulator! Co. Atlanta Ga.
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Waist, "Daisy" design, pattern French. Batiste Robe, English E .

complete------ ------ -------$ 7.50 Eyelet work____ ______ ______$37,50 = -
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A hand'embroidered French Mull A French Lawn. Robe, English fs. k77N1I1AJEJ\ -- .--.;...- ..................... ..............t4P44:

I Waist, "Rose" design, pattern Eyelet work_ ___ ______ ______$40.00 i. .

complete------ _----- ------$ 7.00 .A French Lawn Robe .
i sheered
C \ r There Are Women Who Get
French Lawn Waist Patterns Many |
'i;{ very hanisome______ ______ _$45.00 i
handsomely embroidered.$5 and $ 5.00
'--7 Robe of French Mull An elegant I embroidered Net Robe, E (JA (
A complete More Personal
t all complete_____________ _$45.00 T71 \ : Enjoyment |
embroidered------ -_____ __ _$2 u.00 .

I A complete Robe of French Mull, Some of these can be made Princess E .
: out of the talngs that beautify, decorate and add comforts :
: embroidered more elaborate$27.50 or with separate waists.
: to the home than they do out of the things for mere :

t : personal enjosinent.: Handsome furnituio in the home :
:;t WATSON PARKER & REESE
: is a source of unending pleasure and comfort. By our +
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'::3 SUCCESSORS TO :. Buy now Pay Later Plan anyone can have fine furniture .*

: and pay for It while usin'g it. : I

GREEN & WATSON : Sideboards, Polished Oak, Plate Mirror, $15.03 to. .. .. ..$65.00 *4

: Bedroom Suits finest Oak, substantial and well finished, $20 to $125 :

pjp pznwww : Odd Dresseis from $9.00 to $25.00; Chairs 75 cents to. .. .. ..$5.00 :

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i: PEOPLE and' EVENTS & THE POPULAR SAILOR, SUIT 'i: iVJARSTON & QUINA i:


I With the coming of summer and all med with several rows of soutache : 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. :
braid black in this instance on the I

i Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and those light-toned pretty flannel light.we'ght and ,mohairs as well the as i(: cream gathered mohair.into The braid-trimmed fui! bishop sleevesare cuff :: ........... ........o...-.-.'.....................-..,.:

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wants af the sailor-suit girl increase.] and the bra'4 is seen again on the ---- -
of Diamonds at
exceedingly
Fine lot
Women and Here and Elsewhere. The illustration shows some few var-;, broad sailor collar and the high Ask
Tarry Society ; low prices for a few days: only.
II iations from the regulation pattern.i! standing collar of the chemisette, i DI-am onds' to see them.
The yoke on the blouse is'ooiitted.i! which, by the: way, is only buttonedin i
and the front shows a broad box pleat i and may be removed when the J. F. DAVIS, 213 S. Palafox St.
By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone BCD.vsssssxr I Is beneath which the closing is made. ] warmer days come. The broad black ,. :
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::\ sffixiNOBLESSE .. :: u t: : :N.-s:. '... *:Ss:.., The skirt likewise shows the om s-1 i rJ'Jbon.: which .ties in a bow on the M-t-MjE.##* TmrJWMI "' 1t'li- ...
I SOn: of the yoke, it being a plain gor-j' blouse also trims the smart whits; |
ed pattern with deep hem, and trim. satin straw sailor.! DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,

OBLIGE. I IJ ?ret over Mrs. Goodman's departure, by Mr.the T. alarming GIblin.Everybody illness! of their father; I I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3E |
J said yesterday:
]:f I am weak and you are strong, .
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AVh\ then-why, then- "They have been uur neighbors, I Z; STERLING SILVERWARE,
the braver deeds belong ]right here for twenty-five years our will be glad to lear, S
r( YOU. And so. again, ; children have grown up to-gether, that Mrs. F. E. Brawner is much im BLUFF SPRINC'Sj II I BEULAH II I ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,

If \ou have gifts and I have none, ind I do not believe there has ever prove, though not permitted to van I CUT GLASSWARE. #
L: I ha\f' shade and :you have sun, 1 ben an unkind word or thought between ture out on damp days .
fresr hand to give, 1 us. I shill certainly miss her.I
'i i r0111'!:Ian I I. who with, giftless, sunless stand t'1'hey have been such good, such nice. Absolutely pure. Goes twice as far. Special !o The Journal. I Special to The Journal.Beulah '
, \\i'h barren life and hand I r.eighbor& 'But-'I hope they will beery Blue: Ribbon "anma.MATELESS Bluff Springs, ;Man :29.: -It has Mar 29. 'A much needed I Engraving and Fino Stationery. ia; !
happy and prosperous in their rained: for the pa'st; two days and rain commenced Tuesday night abou:
home" : lights and is still raining this morn-[ and continued through thnight :
aw o'clock
"r;<; wisdom's law, the perfect codtH ', PIGEONS: 9 ;1gs
And that expresses the general lag which is interfering greatly with! and it looks at this time as .
< !oinspired I is: much bestowed :sentiment of all who know them panting! ,and other farm work. The; though we were going to get all that Orders Receive Prompt Attention. : ;
. U' hm; on whom Curious I'rovisluu of .Nature to Epd 'armcrs out for Mail
the sub-conscious hope hsre are reaching We did
backed by to and
in. coming us, more.
, I U much Their Solitude. *
required.Boston Transcript. that they may all come back home every acre of fenced land this year II need a shower or two for there has -
I again "someday." "Pigeons are monogamous" said a that will do to cultivate. There will been so much wind that the top or *55
-+- raiser of tho. e birds for market, "and be an increase in the acreage in tills dry that seed
the ground was so Cod
MAID TO BE BOWED TO, THE MOURNER-4-WHO\ the female lays but two eggs. One ofthese section, but I hope the farmers will would not sprout unless put in preit* IE O. Zadek Jewelry E I
not act foolish and more cotton
KNELT TO, AND KISSED. is always the egg from which a plant ; ALA.
DISSIPATES 4N GRIEF. downto deep.Mrs. ;: MOBILE, .
hold the
since have to
male is batched, anti the other incloses; we crop John T. Wilson is 01113fiom .. n's
Miss Amanda Moore, the clever, "That woman is ruining hr fine the future female. If by accident hold the price up. nervous trouble. Her coaaltion: J: ; :E- H : l ji
:Dining Mobilian who is a dabster inM t twral 'capacity for a useful and happy life any The wOods are now a sha, te of, though serious, is not necessarilv]
:. of the arts and one of the few and !U not only depriving her children a cock pigeon loses its mate or a uea green with early buds, a shade of I dangerous and Untan'ous\ wits in womanhood of their right to sunshine and pigeon becomes widowed the sympa- white with the dogwood blooms ,
Trammell, of
clan, Dr. Muscogee
; H'ent several days in New Orleans appiness in the morning of their thies of the entire cot go out'to the i makes them very attractive to those:: : thinks her chance is good for: speedy NEW METHOD LAUNDRY[ r rc.
loj.1 wt>ek. Miss Moor spent eo muca liven b"4t, by .her persistent' refusal afflicted brother or sister. If it should that have come among us from the I lecovery which will be good news to
.>f the winter in Xew Ycrk thatne U. accept the inevitable as cheerfully BO happen that a cock should lose bis north. her many friends. Her son Crocket
? did not take the time to issue as possible, she give daily fitnial to mate and a ben hers sj that they ere There is a plan on foot to organize! who ij employed at the county convict w. LAWBCHCf. Proprietor. IV a 8 W... Koattam St. Phone ISO. I:
'''C, 'hat," that jovial sheet which has Christian faith." .. in each precinct in this end of the J
her professed both mnteless at the same time the afflicted camp came to see her last San- _ ___ __ _
that she. settle the men we I n -
been paprika of Mobile journalism: "Yes, it is unfortunate county and upon
forget their grief In day.
pair soon anew
for four winters. We have missedih like like so many others. Indulges to life partnership and all is serene. want for representatives and county I Mrs. John Resmondo, of L.ilijn! The :Misses: Angie and Mattie Malone Ii
.> wcekh visitation ol "Chat," but the point of dissipation in an unreasonable commissioners. Our election machinery Baldwin county. Ala., who came last l accompanied by their: cousin
i' is something to have had a grief." "But if there Is a widowerjn' tbe cot is all out of joint so far as count week to make her parents Mr. and Miss :Mary Fisher were over to see
uUmpsp of its creator. Miss Moore isa "Or a show of it-at least. and no convenient widow for him to t; commissioners and the county,Airs. John Wilson a short visit was their grandfather Mr. Joel Malone
comely girl with the Kind ot facer They were strangers-two kindly take to mate, or if there is a widow for school board is concerned the accompanied by bar husband. They last Sunday. He resides near Del! I fl CUTicLE'SOAP '
looks well under pink rose hats looking men past middle age, and : whom no widower pigeon is pa band, people of each district should know went home last Monday. view and is nearly 90 years of age. |
and a fresh face is required to do their words and manner were earnest something must be done to fill the va- who they want and they should be" Mr. George Garrett and wife of .Mr Dan Fisher was over to sijp hisbrother
"!:at. my hearties.-X. O. Times but dsroid of any taint of acrimony, II cancy. Upon the first hen pigeon to .elected by the voters of their dist'.icr., Min'cogee! are the guests of Mr. John flames Fisher. Jr., who livesat
''"mocrat. Lad, as they passed on their words nest after tbe vacancy occurs falls the but It has been decreed otherwise.But i Wilson and family, called home by Millview last Sunday.' ,
-+- echoed and ree hoed in my mind. Important duty. If she hasn't hatched popular opinion is the great ruling the serious illness of Mrs. Garrett'Emother. Mrs. Sallie Wright and Mrs. Bell
Especially the worals of the second power and we will ""bide our time. if I Evans were Pensacola visitors lastj j
MR. GOODMAN AND FAMILY her eggs: yet she promptly dumps one another scrub race I I
speaker: we are to have Mr. E A. Grimes has taken the! Monday. |
CONE TO CALIFORNIA. of of the two out of tbe nest. She never this it is time I at ii
dissipation
"Indulges to the point for all the offices' year 1 I place of Mr. John Wilson as cook at There was a large attendance
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Goodman their In an unreasonable grief." makes a mistake in evicting the right- the scrubs were announcing soAC,'the county convict camp aai: will remain -, 'Sunday school last Sunday, but the
fon; Mi. Whiting; Goodman and -- oneif a widow Is to be pro"idedtor., could make our selections. there as long as Mr. Wihon Is exercises: were interrupted by fire Iii
tv.ir daughter Miss Archie left last FRIDAY EUCHRE MEETS the ben throws out tbe egg containingher I detained! at home by his wife's sick I the woods that threatened the fences
r'tfiii' '!'or Fairfield near San Francis WITH MRS. FERGUSON.The I future dajghter: ; If a widower Is Alice Roosevelt's Wedding. II of some of those present. Most rf
'. V*: where they expect to reside Friday Buchre Will meet with pining for a mate she disposes of the was something to be recorded in the ness.Mrs.. Lizzie Dona way is visiting the men left to fight fire, which made Reduced from
wrmawntly. and where their son Mr.,Mrs. Will Ferguson at 3 'O'clock this son egg.;: If she has: hatched 'her egg;: annals of history. Herbine has been with her grand-mother Mrs. Ray of I the church look life a female suffra/3
',\ .Mmr Goodman is now located Inl afternoon instead of with Mis when a demand is made for her sacrifice acknowledged the greatest of liver liajou Moccasin, who though not con- convention, but the ladies of Beulahare
;Hi { urue of law. George Hoffman who was called todoblie she feeding the youngsterwho regulators. A positive cure for Bilious -; fined to her bed is not well encuga capable and don't stop for the
Th.I'ommunit). generally and I by the Illness of her father. ceases headaches Constipation. Ci:11s I to do her work alone. lack of a few men. They had Sunday 60 Cents
i t.-h -"KTf: 10 have them go. One of their MISSIONARY GREETINGA to death. Pigeons;: grow;: fast and C. Smith, Little Rock. Ark., writes: 'Sunday with Mrs. Ray, of Ba,11Mocca'3in tU2: pleasant home of Mrs. Annie
. IOT neighbors: !; expressing her re- FINE SUCCESS.Notwithstanding squabbood over the lone product of "Herbine is the greatest liver medicine who is Mrs. Bryant's grand. Bowman ana' spent: the rest of
the unpromising that nest becomes mate to the bereaved known. Have used it for years.It mother. the evening) with vocal and lnst-j-
t attendanceat member of the flf\("';:." does the work." Sold by all drug. Mr. Lyman Wims of Semintfc: ct-ntal music.Mps. to
weather there was a goo
the "Missionary Greeting" for Rev.I_ r- -, -- -r---- gists. I Ala., is the guest of his aunt Mrs. A. j' Bowman and family, of near
the guests of her sen
family. were
associate, Penton and Muscogee,
the
Butler new
. I J. Barney i :Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Semions! of Walter and wife last Sunday. They
last LIKE THIS'lA
church FEEL
pastor of PalafoxM._ E. DO YOU the guest of MrB. accompanied by Mr. George '
Ala. were Cents
were 30
Daphne.

Crystal : evening\ In. Q.the-Vreeland.from absence 3:30: 'Rev.of until the Mr.5 pastor o'clock.Rogers assise'lRev. Kev.V of. II I I POW ELTON .11[I Malone and family last Saturday. Lewis with Miss home!, of Mary Mnsoogee.folks Spare returning. spent to Sunday).IyrUcGrove ,


1 the Gadsden M. E. church I Monday morning.Mrs. .
Mr. Butler -dnowden and hr Per Dozen CakesA
Jam()
-
: The enjoyable affair had been arranged Special to The Journal. Elizabeth S. Barrineafl
Domino of ladies of %9.-Mrs. P. R. WEDDING mother Mrs.
committee Mar.
by a. Powelton, THE 1 calling on friends. Tuesday af-
11 which ,:Mrs. "Dck": McAllister was Greene and daughter, Anita, of )Ic- r wt're '
I chairman, 'and in the illness and absence Henry, MIss., are the guests of Mrs. ternoon.Mr James Snowden has just revived .
of Mrs. F.; E. Brawner president ;, Greene's sister Mrs. J. H. Mullins, fine organ purchased in .Pensa delightful toilet
of the Foreign Missionary Sl>- this week. CAKE a

Sugar'i c'ety, Mrs. McAllister presided.One BWODPIJRIiIEL Mss: Net Tapiola. of P nsacola,-'j\'as I cola.There will be preaching at the M., article which you

pleasant. feature of the meat-. a visitor here Tuesday. Will be the finest ever if E. church Saturday night at 7.30: and :
ting IWas its delghtful informality.After that Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hardy returned at 11 a. m. Sunday. Rev. Nicholson, will enjoy and con-
, a prayer by Mr. Butler, : Tuesday after several days visit at you have us bake it will conduct the services. ,
to the, 'Grso.- '
L
gentleman responded Fla. i
.McKinnon after
A triumph in sugar making. icg" by an interesting talk on the ..-.-.. Misses Lena and Marye Mulling at Ind'gestion for tinue to use
Pure white, sparkling pieces of the Missionary Society giving last Fri Cream "Had dyspepsia or
Muscogee
-4 work tended a party in Ice and what I did
to appetite 6nce
tried
No
as have
V.'lh* no waste or dirt. Put up much valuable instruction i I years. you

in- the needs C'f the' the Society, Foreign to field renewed and encouraging ef- day:: night.Mrs.. J. H. Mullins, Mrs. P. R.Greene In l Fancy eat Blood! distressed. Bitters cured me terribly.me." J. Burdock H. Wal- it.Sol.
to Muscogeeyesterday
went
i FIVE POUND BOXES AT 50c. forts. ton's weight on your and :Miss: to An'ta visit relatives. Moulds ker. Sunbury Ohio.

; of ;the gems ot the prosra'.ias the day I ,
One headache spent
\Ve have just received a fresh of"The Organ abdomen a throbbing Airs Henry Brown -

bLot Bul1i'er"-! the recitation MissWillie Etherlige.Mrs. feet as if manacled and with' "Uncle Mrs.Charles J. B. Welch," one Tuesday.of the oldest I Furnished In any quantity $100.00 REWARD ,

POTATO CHIPS AT 30c Lb. Dick' McAllister' beautiful instrumental solo dragging a ball and chain? negroes of this community, who has and flavor for banquets, $100.00 reward will .be paid for the'
41 Kope'v-and an to the sheriff of & Co.
delivery Cahn
-"Last be for several arrest and
to crazy
solo by Mrs. YUan were greatly en- Sure sign of "Spring fever been thought taken to Pensacola last dinaers or entertainmentsOf Walton county., one Qharlie Renols,

t, .iored. nwat,i so called. A tonic blood "months week to was be sent to the asylum, but I wtaterer nature. a negro. Descript'on: : He1 ght 5 feet,I
Everybody was invited to is examined they said W'* 10 or 11 inches! ; welght.abo'jt 160 orI The Pur Food Store.
and liver cleanser when he'as
on
I reept purifier '
the
r and during I I bright mulatto with med
Butler
Mr. old age and that his mind 170 pounds;
i and cake were served uy what need. OurCrane'sSpring trouble was HM on upper I .vthet Center Palafox and IntendendaPhon
ROSENAU & GERELDS.The Ice cream I I you will come and go until death. ium. large eyea. fear S
the ladles. that to the rigat of nose and when last
Altogether it was -a pleasant occasion -i Tonic is just Kitchen Cafe lip he wore a "blue faded Jumper,
Fancy Grocers, and the new minister made bottle.The Don't! let the baby suffer from eczema I Kandy overalls seen a gray cap, a new pair of No.S .s {ll|g1
: all pres5nt. ] any itching of the skin. to
friends of sores or fine sharp toed shoes; Reward i
.-.- Birthplace of Prompt Delivery. Doan's lintment gi** Instant relief, 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999 be paid by J. A: RIcBbourg! & Co,
:
.1 Phone 391. PensacoLa.T 'Mrs George Hoffman and her eis- PHINE 1100.Hooton's cures quickly... Perfectly safe for chll l : Crestvlew Fla.. ---
White left last night' sell it-
ter Mrs. Uohn dren. All drugS'sts
called to Mob/ie: Pharmacy
train
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PACE SIX THE PENSACOUA. JOURNAl. FRIDAY MORNING IVlARCH 30. 1906, .




t:;!' :Every Advertisement in These Columns' !. Read by \



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REAL ESTATE The $$300,000) Bonds I --S aS

DeLuna I
StreetMerchants


? It: Is Easy to Get it Out BARGAINS been for" improvement sold. There purposes were enough have; HOOJON & WATSON

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have the : (
$1,5OO.OO S bidders': bought en Successors to ThOs.. W&tssi: 6 Cs.:
) ... I and others tire $750,000. However! this! ,
4 lots on North Hill in the residence change of
f If have in bank. But if have considering money wilL be put .togOOdus; '
1 you money a you your ;
district. This is and
only half what most location, should see LeadlngNealESfate Rental Insurance
Increase Agency
and undoubtedly will
I ,1 ,
in estate well located it be frittered -
money ,real cannot I lots In this neighborhood are. sellln'eI I what we have to offer the value of ,property. '"Get 1

: i away in careless spending here and there but for. on the new street We busy" 'withjour money, wale

t V- a. itWill I $4,000.00 S can now contract to you can get in' on the ground

furnish a store office S floor. Look at what we"have, List
: of Desirable for
Sale.
Business corner. 2 blocks west of Pal or building to suit : Property
S 10 road Oak
acresonthard
: Increase in Value I afox. lot 49 by 120 leased at ,$420( :your special requirements field..- ..' '.. ..' .. .. ;S. .near.. ..500)j
per year. This will pay more. than lease or !cats!! ;
3 room 413 N. 6th ave, rents'
cottage
: 8 cent. for Palafox street
per or the land only $600; room to build another....$54 $12,500 OO-rBrJck. building. South lot extending back
immed'ate: Improvement S to bay. en.t $1200 per annum.
L I $4,500.00 4 room_ ou ..f.No. 701E. Wright St., .. !! .

every ,'ear. If improved it will bring in a good I! Property northwest corner Bayjen} and our on approval.lines subjectto Also near depot rents $10... .. ....$850() $10.500.0o-Two; story 1 brick buiilding centrally located.
I
rate of interest while the growth j value is 1'ke 43x120 '
i in ; Wright streets, renting for .$540'per have an ideal site for corner:: Zarragossa and Florida <

getting money from home" We invite you to see >ear. This pays ten, per cent now,, large hotel. i Blanca streets. . .. ..$850( i $5,250.0Tl"o. story brick building, East Government street. Rents

\ our list of properties. or write us about ths: invest and in a few years will be business I 4 room, dwelling No. 416 W. Zarra at ,$54 d.' per S I property. gossa St.. .. .. .. ... -..' .... ...$800 4 "
: .. ..., ment question.Pensacola Will Be As 4 room cotta'ge W. LaRua St.. near $3,700.00-Desirable south front corner lot, North Hill near car line

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY REAL R. R. shops ;.. .. ... .. .$[050 t 100x150. '
1k-: I ESTATE.
6 room cottage,.lot 100x140,.fronting I 2double S
and tenement houses
$3.600.008lngl new on
corner oa
Good Paiafox. Little Bayou near electric car splendid car line. Splendid renting property bringing $456 per
: LESLIE E. BROOKS as boat'ng and fishing cheap. .$1500( annum.

.* fc ; Investment Company S 6 room cottage, No. 1011 E. ..JackI $3.500.0O-At this! .figure for a short time. 25 lots fronting on Paiafox
I II f son St. overlooking the bay (I and Baylen streets. A good investment
: 20414! S. Palafox St. Fisher Building. 8 room good house at Fishenrille,

1 ,,fi,. A. H. D'ALCMBERTE. City Manager. I''I I Phone McDavid-Hyer fronts bay.> adjoins 'residence.. of Mr.: $3,000.00-A desirable one story room dwelling 80x14 on car line

; W. H. KNOWLES, President. It. B. SIMPSON Secretary. 462. Company, Jacdby":... .' .. ... :. .. .. ..$1800 P i West Gregory street
) 8 room 2 story No. 1201 N. Davis "
...'t? J.L STILLMAN V..Pres. ani Gen. Manager. KNOWLES'HYER Treasurer. Agents New York St., corner property on car line $z 000; We would be pleased to have inquiries, and show the above. and

..t;"; $ ,. Kael Estate, Loans, General Investments. I hLPWANTED Life Insurance Company. 12 room 2 story all modern conven- other desirable property in our agency. If you have property to SKLL
: S 8 E. Government Street. ienc>s. North Guillemarde near Jack funds to loan, houses to rent or desrc: insurance we would be pleas.

1.i1- '. 215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. TED-YOUNG men to l learn bar Phone 7CO. Pe sacola. FIa.TimberLands. eon St., cheap .... .. .$3150 I ed to have you consult us.HOOTON. .

< ': .-- I 'ben trade 'positions Elegant small home on North, Hill]
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;
---- I always open
I house can be enlarged wth small expense
:i l" I everywhere good wages easy work,
j -- I this is swell little and
-. I two months completes. Write for a place
terms. W T. Hanly 122 Conti St.. you must see it to apprec'atd: it
Ala. : .. .. _.. . . ._ .$5000'()' & WATSON
f : :: GOLOENPPORTUNliY' i Mobile SOmarlt Lot 71x79 South Tarragona St.. near I ,
Romana small '
A
WANTED-Reliable cook. Apply' 712 'building upon it. rents
N. Barcelona St. 30mar3t $1%.. ... .. .. .. .. .... .$3500 PHONE 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.SEE.THIS .
{ -C House and !otSouth Sprng! St. near

t -, FOR INVESTMENT. WANTED first-class dining room I $$200,000.00 deals and up; also farms Romana... .. .. .. .. .$4000:i -- -

v woman. None but experienced .person and city property for investment, or Two new d elrngs.on East Hill;

4 ,3 This Is certain to pay from 25 per cent to 50 per cent. in the need apply. Miss Lillie E. Taylor saw mill and turpentine locations vir. splendid location south half of block;
t*.:; next 90 days: 10 lots on North Hill between Baylen and Paiafox 18 W. Jackson. 30mar houses have all modern conveniencesand -S Professional Directory |
r. gn pine timber hardwoods
: cypress
: ) fronting on Baylen street. This property should bring now 2500. for exceptionally well built a bargain .

immediate sale. .. .. .... . .... .... ..._ .... .. .$2000 WANTED' .-Cook, white or- "colored stock farms. etc. Saw mill and tur.: for all . .. ........$5500 Lot: 50x125 W. Romana St.. nea
: 'i male or female. with experience at pntlne land a specialty. Call on us! 40x170 W. Government St., l in the Palafox. .. .. .. S.. ;. .$400< THOS. PEBLEY,
:
: : boarding house. Apply 105, E. Inten- or address Box 115 DeFuniak Springs. wholesale district ... .. .. ....$60QO Lot 40x110 S. .Sprlng.inear Roman;;a LAW. REAL: ESTATE. LOANS AND

;trI FOR SALE-The southwest one-quarter of block 228, New City SS dencia St. 27marlw Fla.TURNER&AYMARD. Money to'l loan on real estate security St. .. .. .. .. ........ .$.00''0 COLLECTIONS
on the northeast corner of 1th avenue and 15th street This would S at market. rates.If PALAFOX AND
..$ .... make ideal site for home. "AGDNTS Lot 60x126 .W. Government. ((2 stor;I ROMANA.
an a It is surrounded i WANT !Experience have
by attractive and I you property of any k'nd' .building).. .. .. .. .... .. .$18j'(9 PHONE 559.T. .
X beautiful homes, only one block from car and on hard road. Por not necessary; pays :or sickness, acc'dent anywhere, list it with us, provided you .

:>t a few days only at. .. .. ... ... .... .... .... .... ......$1500 and death. Address the Fraternal : want Jt sold. 20 acres under' fence; stables,, half and In pecai oth
6 house
.. Bankers of America St. !" trees. room
Louis. '
: -iH ', Mo. houses. 1 mile from Milton. Fla. al I

25mar4t for .. .. .... .. ..- .: .. ... .$1'0> G. YATES M. D D.
;{ A FREE SHOW .WE LEARN you to make mirrors at Real Estate and:! L. S. BROWN & CO. Any of this property on a half casl] ,

.
.. home. Full guaranteed formula $5. Abstract Company, basis, the balance on time w-lth ]orate \c OPTICIAN
.' We will at time show P. F. M. Co. Box 472. Pensac -
any you large and attractive list of prop- S la. Fla., Thieaen of interest.WANTEDI. 306 THIESEN BViLOIHG
I: 'J ; Building.
a.
erty which imbraces large and beautiful residences. with all modern ISmarlm Sawmill and Turpentine Land a Spec-
; ,
,, ; ''If 1. conveniences as well as small lenament houses that will net an investor "ANTED-First class laay stenogra- cialty.P. "WE SELL LOTS"Miscellaneous !
t \ from 10 to 12 per cent. Pr annum. Also blocks and lots in pher. Address in own handwriting
$1 .: every section of the c'ly.! with references Office Work. Care ; 0. Box I 115 DaFiniii Spring, Florid A lot. not south of Intendencia noi

MAXENT TRACT property now on sale. Some nice lots at Journal. 4mch. north of Gregory west of Coyle noi \
'. Flsherville to offer. east of Baylen. 40 foot frontage will]:

--- HOTELS. a depth not less than 100 feet


: ; THE FISHER AGENCY WANTED THE BROWN HOUSE-Airy ( rooms. CUT filled'FLOWERS for- rOses-carnations Orders promptly flower?I THOS" PEBLEY,

tESTATE \\'IA.-'TED-One or two rooms with good beds. Free baths and sample and' designs of all kinds. Miss Berth
., 'board for couple In city several room. $2 per day. Special' attentionto Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. Palafox and Romana Sts.
: 1 206 South Paiafox Phone 87. months, quiet rea ,nable. Addtess traveling men. J. R. Brown ProP.. Phone No. 559.

E. C.. care JournaL 29mar3t DeFuniak Springs Fla. ISmarlm TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor.Gents' .

_ i I
clothing cleaned pressed and f
WANTED
position in or out of:
I CENTRAL HOTEL. CHIPLEY
-- : :: : ------------ -! town by young colored havin'a -Op. repaired on short notice. No. 11%
:: man ,
: -- - ---- : :- : depot Large and well lighted West,Government St., Pensacola Fla. BUY A HOME NOW
I i good education and can do most rooms. Free sample room. Meals at Idee DR.J.H.MOCKDental
I anything. Address 215 N. Rues St all hours. Special l attention to traveling

i 28marlw men. $2.00 per day. J. M. Tug. J. H. PORTER. sailmaker. 716 South INVEST IN

:.1 HOTEL SITE. WANTED ness. Will partner bear In paying busi,I gle. Prop. ISmarlm Paiafox street Orders taken for Surgeon.Crown .

.
investigating.Small : ; tents, awnings, camp stools and house
CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl
capital required. Apply P. O. Setterlind SUBURBAN PROPERTY and Bridge Work a Specialty.
etc.
cots. Prices reasonable.
.1.1't Box 753. I Prop. Special attention to commercial 31 Jan. Painless Extracting of Teeth.

ITmariSt'S travelers. Free sample and bath 28/2!' S. Palafox St
Idle
SHIP CHANDLERS-McKInzie Oert. PMt" your 'money.ln good real I
WANTED-Contributions Large rooms with good beds. 7 and
rooms. 9 Old
Ing &:, Co. wholesale and retail ship I estate bargains and wait for Armory Building.
_* phans' Home. Money, clothes, eatables $2 per day. t. ISmarlm Five results'r'r Phone 1077.
chandlers rents
room cottage $
andgrocers, only first-class I
etc., received.
Notify Mrs.
pr Wm. bouse of kinflin city. Fair prices to alt. : month. East Gregory. .. .. .. ..$700
l. The best situation in the city for a Fisher, president, or Mrs.' N. McK. BAY HfTtL.-Ope nIght and day. i Nice home" on North Hayns. .$1800

Oertin'g secretary. 4mar European plan. Rooms light and Fine stationery. wedding invitations : C Six room cottage with five lots N. Money to Loan.
h M tourist hotel 130 feet clean. Transient trade solicited. .
fronting south!SI WANTED-The public to know that I vls'.ting: cards. tally cards etc. Celia Davis. A bargain.. .. .. .. .$1750
S. PalafoL Jas. S.
I 575-579 Nlcolau.
r by 172 feet deep on East Government we can do all kinds or repairing Prop. lii. Robinson, representing The Chas. Five room cottage N 'Eigtb. ave. on MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bo*

float building horse shoeing etc. J. H. Elliott Company of Philadelphia. easy terms good location. .. .$1200 rows money from Jno. A. Hall!) 4
S street, overlooking Seville square G. Welsh Carriage Co 27feiCOURT Smarlm. Three lots corner Gadsden ,st. and Co., 16 E. Government street. Wh'a

r1 HOUSE DYEING. car line; most beaut'ful! site on East In need call on us. 9feblm
and Adams
street with open view of Cleaning Club 218 N Pressingand LOST I liye in Pensacola. corner 11th 11111.. ... .. ,. .... ... .$950'
:4I DeVUlersSt. street ana 15th avenue, in New City Lot MONEY LOANED on all kinds of perfonal -
: 80x130 R
; Pensacola bay $10,000 will buy the ., Mrs.! T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat. Government. ...$850
and property on short
LOST-Horse shoe stick pin set with will take care of lour Piano by noticeTerms
solicited
satisfaction
& ; property. ronage ; guaran diamonds. the year at a low figure. Refelt. easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2V
chip Lost Thursday
teed. Careful attention
# given : C. R. YAEGER Romana. Phone 1165.
? S .. ; garments. Phone 122%. la2ies'n at the opera house. Reward. Return tune. clean' out etc. Phone 802. 2 Ifeb!
rings. J. Conrad
'. SS to 313 W. Romana. 31>marl w. Scott. Smarlm MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or
,.. ANTED.-Haullng and transfer No. 202 Thleten'Bull in9. ,Phone 686
work. Office phone 363; residence EGGS FOR HATCHING. other sufficient security by ajipl;
t.' S phone 390. Acosta &: White. 22-2 N. LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN' -White From my prize pens of S. C. Rhode S log to Thos. Pebley cor. Paiafox anJ

Tarragona St 25mar. French poodle. Disappeared last Isalnd Reds and S. C. Brown Leghorns Board and Rooms. Romana. up stairs. 17no-x:

Saturday even'ns: {;. Answers to name finest pens in the south $I'to MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate -
A. V. CLUBBS. SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT; of "Major." Suitable reward for return $1.50 per setting of 13; or $6 per 100; security or on good collateral
I ED-Highest price paid for gent's to this office. 29mar. also agent'for the famous Banta Incubators ROOMS CHEAP--Furnlshed. rooms on at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.
Sell the hill after : ,
$' ; clothing only. second hand goods and Brooders. Drop me a Apr'l, location high Fisher building. 21ia
Dress suits for rent 9 E. Intendenc': LOST: and healthy. Close to ,car: line. Ap
i -{ o .. : -Saturday evening gold rim-, card and I will call. E. L. McFaddfen.
_- WANTED.-All kinds ot electrical med eye glasses in L'ndenstruth Prop., Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm R. ply 16mar1 at 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal -

S work. I sell all kinds ot electrical case. Reward for return to this of F. D.No., 1. Pensacola Fla. m. property on short notice.
. 1f fice. 28 7marlm NICE FURNISHED Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstart:
FOR SALE batteries and other electrical supplies. mar. ROOM for rent
S 28% South Palafox St. Phone 1144ttmr.
I. with .
_'S NEW REAL ESTATE LIST When you need me ring 345 or 955. MATTRESSES privilege bath and phone.

:. 'tf'.!," Property that is not culls or rejects. E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build S tick furnisned RENOVATED.if desired. New 1 Apply No. 606 East. Gadson St.. or::
FOR
E. Garden. RENTFOR All done phone 534. UNLIMITED amount ot: to loan
S their first the ing. 15decWANTEP SOmarlw: money
making on
t appearance FOR i In good order'on short notice. Leave
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SALE all kinds of
on personal
property
t market at very tractive prices. for orders aC
Green & NICE
.-Real Estate for sale or Watson. Phono FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, Special rates to business men on large
i 7 ,, homes or Investment. lease RENT-After April 1. a s'x-: : 193. 7mar suitable' for light ,
rent or exchange. Your business housekeeping. loans. The New York Loan Co. 204'i!
$ :1// Large well shaded lot front 140 on Six houses in West King Tract respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil-j room cotta'ge on North Hill. Apply Privilege of phone and .and bath. Apply I. South Paiafox.

4:;' 1 : Gregory street find 140 on Del..eon- renting for $30 per month ...$2850(I son, Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government B. F. Wolfe at Citizens National MRS.: H. S. CHUNN will receive pupils 810 E. Gads en St,.,or phone 896.
'I! : ,"I.. street. . . . .. .$2600 street. Room 7, Salisbury Bank. 25marlw ) in''shorthand at her residence 29marl w. -
.5 J'1; Choice' corner lot, corner 9th ave and Rouse inVest End renting for I 321 N. 'Barcelona St.,
Terms
1 ; building. Phone 172. $5.00 a -
**y I t Cervantes 40xl7% ft. ... ..$600 $10 per month, good neigh 23Jan month in ---- ---- For Sale.
------ ----- S -r-- A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for advance. 4mchlmo.TO FOK KENT-Two nicely furnished I!
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S Choice corner lots cornE'r'9th ave. borhood. .. .. .. .. ..$1000) WANTED-We want orders - - -- --
4. ;a' I your foi rent, suitable IOT lurnuure or other rooms at P,: Stone 17 N. Palafox.
,';" .1: and 9th street. S0xl37!2. . .$65'J 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona U. ,S. LIFE SAVING STATION I 29mar. 'I FOR SAI.E.-A photographers outfl'!,
.' ) -'. I.:, !Four lots 40x150 on north side 9th Five lots on North Hill, if taken designs to select from. All St. Phone 630 SOnov AND RETURN-The launch Le- I I Cheap. Ap lysbE'r; Furni'ura

4S' t St, between 9th and 10th aves, each at once., .. .. .... .. ... .$3000) prices. Mayes Printing Co, Pensaco Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 a. I PLEASANT place to board store. 138 E. Intend'ncia St 2"mar
North
.lit, "I $250. Five lots fronting Toledo square la. 16febWANTED. m.Special daily.rates Fare to rountf parties.trip 25 Pavilion cents I Hill on ,car' line. Address on No. 8 c POTTERY WORKS"for sale on Ka-t
lots 10th
Four
.'C : ::5.i 1.i t 10th St. .. on. .corner. . .ave.. .$1300 and One New City.. ., .. ;.. .. ..... .$1000) .-The :Merchant TransferCo. FOR SALE phone 6r.$. .C. H. Burton. Manager. care Journal. 27marFOR Hill, known as J. W. Kohlei Pot ..>.".'

,t. h Nice modern 6 room house on East block In New City on carline wants your moving a.nd'baul1nl- mch4-lm I RENT-Newly 1 furn'shed rooms,- Works, together with the niactIlI'rengine ,

; s '4' :-::.' Hill newly papered and painted. SOs .. .. .. .... .. .. ....$4000) All breakage guaranteed.. T. B. Tflor- BARGAIN LIST PIANOS.L )fATl'RESSES.-Wholesale very reasonable. ,Apply 20 W Ro fixtures bowls kiln, etr., an.l.
Phone 97$ anjrp- including fine ; t'nr
.. sea Prop- ISjunelm St. bed pottery' ray>
I-t' mana
: 150 ft. lot. price $1800; rents $14. Half block in 23marlw;)
... New City on hard Piano tail manufacturers and .
.f'4.t. ster mahogany, fine order, dealers In further particulars address P O BOX
4 2 Two choice corner lots. 80x150. corner -I WANTED-To buy old gold and silver was $350, price now $275 ,used onlya cotton, moss and EC.' mattresses! LARGE double furnished room with i'103' City. mch25.
:. I 9th ave and 10th St. .. .. .$900 road overlooking broken up stuff regardless
.' Bayou Texar $1500 of few months. $10 cash balance: $8 and bed springs. Second hand furniture l l. board. 1Iot'and cold water bath oa'iroaSt ..
FORSALE---ll
:; Three houses, three rooms each. 11 These are all first-class sizes. Cash paid. Llgntman & Klein and lots north
y pieces of month. bought sold. Upholstering and use of phone..No. 865. Apply"415VJ3regory. !
h J, house three rooms and hall one block: property and are 'gilt edge invest 106 E. Wright Phone 1127., per and repairing done.'! Old mattresses \ ; Good location for fa-tory or
Irving handsome case was $300 24 marl w'* ;
S tuilding site. Also 8 lots across
North Davis St. ments.
from car line. $3400.
j .1. renovated;, new ticks furnished
W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants now $215; little used. Terms $10 if da-
very Cheap
ftreet. East of Stoddart '
ROOMS FOR RENT plar
Two nice ,cottages near passengerdepot I I 114 E. -furnished) or un-
H aired. Belmont L
; I,. your moving and hauling. He guarantees ,cash. $6 per month. St., city i I. !sold at Kohier, care
Jno.
ff ... If taken quick . .$4200 all breakage. Phone Phone'771. Davis 11'& Co, 4i T- Davis furnished. )!u..lI.: Robinson. 600)I| ones H.
630 Clutter large handsome mahoganycase 'Saunders
.f E. Gadsden St Mill Co. phone 717.
'1t1 100) foot close in. water front. lot Mgr. 24marlm ,
S. i : I. quick sale. .. .. . . .$&000 D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. I will tune and repair your piano and ; was $400 now $333. A bargain.' S 1 I mch5-1w; -
\""" It ::. Central located bus'ness houses on organ as cheap as any one; guaran. Terms $15 cash $8 per month. C>..ROPKE has just opened a butcher NICE corafort&ble. furnished room.' FOR STL&.Ance: lat donkey In
'i-i 5, ." Palafox street. A fine Investment. REAL ESTATE I tee best and neatest work prompt lMhlin high grade mahogany; was shop and grocery store corner Davis pleasantly s'tuated: one block from!| first class condition. Price $3''
$450 now $390; rented onlfew Brainard Sts. bay on car line suitable for house"
and: Your
t '.,111 $40.000. attention and satisfaction. Phone! 802 patronage : Fisher Real Estate Agency 25mc: '
months) ; $20 cash. $10 per month. solicited.: Satisfaction keeping. Cook stove or gas or without
2
rings. J. Conrad ,Scott guaranteed. L-
7.r:;: FOR RENT RENTS! AND LOANS ,' froarlm Sterling ebony case; was $350 no* Phone n5. 'Imar2)n. : Apply 501 .B Government. St. FOR SALEX-Parlor: and bedroom ,pt.

_as': J"i Three choice offices fine place, w>?HYentllated. W ANTE .-The public to bow that $UO. $10 cash $6 per month. ? 24marl2 chairs dresser, tables, toe box r
I.. -'\' 30 8. Paiafox St. old newspapers can be' bought at Clutter large size mahogany case:; CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. frigerator. stoveand bat rack AppJ
5(. .1.t". 812 North Hayne St. three rooms Phone this office for five cent* a bundle., They used seven months was $400 now :Floats built to order. Horse shoeing WANTED t boarders at 212 W.' to_ 517 E. Zarra' ossa St. 25mar15'FORSALEORRENTTwo :
234. Gregory. New hou '
i1t'1t ::' and hall . .. . . .$7.00 are!: all clean and nice.WANTED.Electnio $275; $10 cash $8 per month. .-a- specialty.! J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. borh od and a car .Hne.e, good''ISmarlm neigt I lightersone

jf"'t, f':& 814 North Hajne St.. three rooms ---S work of ah k'nd. Kimball. walnut case was $375 used i 27feb with capacity for 75 thousand f I.

':It and hall .. .. ... .....$&..00l Let us clean your fan. reair 'our two years, now $185' $10 cash balance \ NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent lumber, th other thirty thousand capacity. .
:l j;; Store house. good stand North HACK NO. 16 dynamo. do )our wiring( etc. P.tn'Pensacla $7 per month. a.-- Newly furnished" clean Sal: nice Rates reasonable. Also( "'

t.jY:4': Hayne St .. ...' u .. ... ....$10.00 Ready at all hours to answer calls 570. : Elect*!,: Co.. 235 S. All of the above are upright pianos I Found near postoffloe. JlpDly' at. 1284 E I.! skiff boats for sale cheap. 22 ft !OflC.
:.<:i' rgpt. to Baylen. S and we guarantee them. W have '16 Government street. Mrs.'B. M.. Trainer 5 ft beams. wrte: J, .*
any part) of city. First class la : Telephone or
?f _-_ square pianos from $15 to $45. SOc; FOuND-One 'yellow and white cow, 7janlm. Chaffin & Co.. M.lton.; Fla.25mr
every respect
T. CRAWFORD Fan and gentle horses NEW
t. ; UPRIGHT PIANO to exchangefor -
per week; 'good for practice. no,mark, has bell marked "S. Addresj
and polite Old at fin
drirers. Phone newspapers cents i
a bundleat
j No. 183.; lot on East HIlL. Address P. TYPEWRITER FOR SALE-Goo
f jR SIS/. South Paiafox Street Geor-e K. Fault O. Box 207. SOmar CLUTTER, MUSIC Pensacola.HOUSE.Fla. Fla.! Chas. F. Gonzalez 30marl6t Bohemia( and nice.this'office1bey' :- are all clean second hand Rem-Suo.,. in eXI'et'l1!:

S ,? condition. $33.i. :::;. Oroarlluiri
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LOUISVILLE &- NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY, MARKETSNaval

-., .. -.TM"l"\' store, pOOl] room connect Through and LocalI1me$ Tables Between PonucoJa and Pointi North. I I CI
,:'art'avlng business wei: READ DOWN READ UP Ii I II AUSIEY 6 t COMPANY j I
1 located Stores.
,:',>tl and centrally on Trains N01. TraIns No& S ,
:' 'x :,!tt..t. opposite the new Brent 2 '1 3 1 Savannah....Ga., Mar 29.--The naval I p .
a :32: Palafox St, stores market closed today aa follows:
.::: APply| 11:0Spm 11d5ani"Lv. .. .PensIro1a.! ._ .. .t.Ar.I, bQo'-m.1'! 4:00pm: ,V\V .. .. ,. .. ....... .5 75 E' COMMISSION BROKERS f I

6:30am 6:20pm I AT.. .. .Montgomery..Iy. 11:15am VG... .. .. .. .. ..... . .5 60 ,
.'I S' x'B-!9*;'* acres of land half 1l:45am 9:10pm: Ar.. ... .Birm'ngham. .... .Lv, t 4:23pm S:33am M. .. ... :. ...... .. ... .545 J
70 1:25pm 3:17am Ar.. .. t : 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA
,, l m citj. northwest; acres .Xashvllle... .J.v. 8:4.5am :25am \\l. .. 'v.t. .. J..5 25 S FLA. 5
taI SaL soil clay; 25i under 8:00pm 3:3iam Lv.. .. ..1"las1\Vi.lle. ... .Ar.. 8:11am 2:05am C.. .. .t..r. ..... ".. .. .. .4 70y '
.,m, clay sub soil. Dr. T. A. 1:25am I 8:15am, I Ar. .. .Evannllle.. .. .Lv. 3:0am: ) I 9:20pm. 10.. .. .. .. ... ..r..... ...4 35I f fCOnbNSTOCKSGRAINPROVISONSandBONDS
;. .t': :<. r.uiivmarde l St. 7:40am 2:10pm Ar. .St. Louis._,.... .... .Lv. 8:43pm: ::30pm :' ... ... ..,. .. ..:'... .. .. ..4 20 f I Private Wires N. Y., N. 0... and Chicago.

''': -\\ 1:50pm 3:27atii"Lv. .Nashville .:. 8:21am: 2:15am I. .. ...... ... ., *.... ... .393 I
-; 7: \: r:-Choice Pekm duck e'ggs %:ltarn8:3Oam I : I Ar..Louisville .. ... ; .Ar'l 2:45am I 9:30pt:1 .;.. .. .. ....... ....j..3 83
f ;, r dozen. Single comb 7:2am UOln'n I Ar..CincInnati :. 11:00pm 6:00pro, 2. ... .. .. .. ;. .. .. ... .3 80 i [ l I I

..., ,.:.orn eggs $1.00 per setting. ) . .. .. .. .. ... .. :3 80
; ...::1 ,.> ?,,. the same $5.00 per hun S Between Pensacola Mobile and New Orleans. :3 . . .', *.> . .380 : Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment.
65
cents.
,.\o i m Pen cola. 3 trios Spirits Turpentine .
\ 6&.7 2&.3 4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6 .
$300:) a trio. Plain direc- '\ .
'.. :. '\"a n upon request to raise poiil- 7:00am 11:05pm 11&am1Ly'T.Pensaco1TA'i.I' 4:00pm 6:30pm I Gives a keener : Reference: First National and Peoples Baa.j. Phone 11 73 :
enjoyment "v
.:' lots successfully F. N. 10:45am 2:55am 4:1pmAr: Iobile .. ..Lv.112OamI1l 2:35pm JOBBERS .QUOTATIONSPENSACL.A 4
:..., }B.>\ :34;;. \\'arrington Ha. 6:00pm7:15am815pmAr. New Orleans 4. Lv.1 8:15pml. . .__ 9:25am to the pleasures of life.A ..+..+.+.....+....+.+............++ *>+.++..+.....,...
PRODUCE
0:" ,. ,\ flomaton Pensacola River J hcti 1 an'dJacksonvIlle. ; high-class, pure gin, that -- -_ .

;';=.R -.\I.E- ly lodging house for ;!ii. I 5 I 1 1 3t. TraIns do not stop at stations I 2 t .- I 6 I 22DailyDailyIDaiiylDafly Tlie following were the Jobbers' experts -
.J IM,!'iruon rooms newly fur- \ : ,_ where no time Is _shown ,\ DailYIIDaily\DailYIDaily\ notations on produce yesterday Mar.| appreciate.
It )
r. "n i! :hr<:nshoui is on a goo: '::;-.. 4:55 2:30 2:501: \ Lv.. ...Flomaton.. .Ar.. U:4a1:2k :25 ....'. 22: -

.\ ;;." "u-:., and centrally located cash.; ... 5:00_ 2:35 %:55.. .. .Century 4. ..1"12:40_ 1:21 8:21._ ... Butter Western Creamery 27 to.28c ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT
.R'\k. Ir' n\ j ostomce M- Trainer.; part ... ._ 5:07 2:41 : \.. .. .Bluft.Spring .. .. .12:33: 1:15: _l'8:15.. .. Butte r ,Renovated21" to 22e Time FIiesFst !

\ M.':' 'rt Mis. H SOmarM'.E 128Ms .. 5:17 .2:51 :: ... .. .. .. lcDavld. .. . ...1:22. 1:05 8:06t..... Cheese .. .. :. .. .. 15 to 15c -
.: I;,,\.-rn11.fltSt.\! .. .I 5:30 3:041.3:36. .. ..Pine arren .. .. ..1208 12:52 7:551. .... Eggs. . .. '... . ... .'.15c "B&B" Atlanta
'{)R '! Good turpentine place .... .15:9 I :: 3:13\-3:50.\ .. .M31ino. .. ... -11:59: 12:43 1:47 .... [3rown hickens doz. .$5.00 to $6.00
; (.ott...., ::1.11' :transportation, for sche- .. ..I.n( .... .. .,: ,.. .. ...Quintette .. .'.11.51\.12:34 .7:39 .. .. [3eese, pr] doz. v ... .. . ..57.50 ----. -- .-
:f' .In.j, f:11:'t particulars apply to H. . *5:531-3:2: -- : .. ..Cotta e Hill .. .. ....1lUI12: 9/.7:34.. ... [>ucks, per dozen",. .$350 to $1).00I .
'j ': ''!. 29mar. .... *5:57: 3:29'4:15: .. ..Cantonment .. .. p11:40 : 1:31..... ... sweet Potatoes. 'per feu.. .. _90c ]I I -- -- - -
t.V\-. goods bed . p6:01: .3:31: .-1:23. ...Gonzalez.. .. .. : '* ::26''* [rish Potatoes; perbu; u .. u. 90c ; Florida and Alabama i T( And a few dollars put into the bank

:uRulIousehold; .... *6:03 *3:36 *4:5. .. .. ...Roberts.11:33!.1 :19 [Rutabagas per bu ...'. .. ."Oc1 each week month
('10' :.n:... linen and St dishes.25rnarlm Apply .. .. 6:15 .2:45 S4:4 '. .. .. .Ollve.. .. ... ...-1122 -12:09 .7:26..I: Dnions. yellow per >u u .. .. .Sac LAND COMPANYManufacturers or soon amounts to

1 L <.i\.rlID"nt; _.. *61.:51. :4S..,. .. .. hllrent. .. .. ..-11:15 .12:04 .. Unions, .red per'bu .';.. .-., ,.. .90c quite a substantial sum.
..'un:; :-:. \l.E-40 acre farm 10 acres in ..... 6:25 .3S4 4f52..aouthng. .. __ henl! *1:01 7:051. . Cabbage( hacd.per Ib ..' .. .. .:2C' o:
pN'< n-: :miles: south of Chipley B h. G:30 4t00 5:001r.... ..Pensa.rola .. .Lv ,_ .11:05() 11:55 7:00No. /. .. Cabbage green crates.. .. .. .$275 I' and Dealers in I \ To place your money in the bank

&: :?: .\. R. R.; also 120 acres. 20ujioved : 2' S NO.22 Beets, per bu.. .. .. .. . .$275 LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. and bills crleck adds to"your
2Vi miles from town. 1 I ; I pay your by
V!1' : > PI J 5 'S I A.M Carrots per bbl. .. -. .. ..$3.00 I GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. I
\dj-( -- J. B. nogeb om. A)cock. Fla. 5:00j. ...... ,' 1.(){) "Lv.. ..Pensacola ... .Ar .. .. 11:15 Strawberries, quart .. .. .30cTIMBERJARKET II business standing in the commu-

'fl a: .Ii. S 5:201. ... .... 7:13. .Bohemla. .. .. .10..0... .. . .10:5;) I nity in which you live. It saves you

'T. .., egs. Beacon of Boston a : ... 7:lri... .. .Gul1 Point.. .. .. ..*11:33 .. . .'.10:53: McMillan Bros. Co. time and in the of
.. ... . .. .. .. worry too, payment
:. $:J!.5o Betting of 13.:' Few very 5:2\\ ; 6 tra. ..' ... .\\.10:50:
!I' !t'd f"I ls:: ready for the yard. Ad, S ... ;.... 7:18. .. ...Es.cambia. .. .... *10:28.. ... ... -10:47 bills.
'has.. Murray, DeFuniakFla 5:40. .. .. ..r: 7:25. .)[ulat. .. ... .. : .. . .10:36 The market continues to have an ,
-: ',:._. 28marlm- S 5t 5 .. .... .. .. .. larp... .. .. .'.. .. . *10:32 upward tendency. and, this week wit. 1 Time is money.
a 7:35.. .. .. .Galt City. . .. . ..1.. ... . .10:21 nessed another. rise in prices.: An ad- .
J' '1\ :=.YLE-Ten new and second 7:39. . . li1ton. .. .. : . .. 10H vanes of about one Cent per foot on ,1
cvi'i: hand office safes different S 557..S( ., .. .. .. .Good Range .. .. .....1. .. .. 9:43 long averages was made. The '
..' !U-t makes at bargain prices. a ... ... .. .H ts. .. ... .. ....... .. ... 9:15 ruling quotations were 30 to 31 _- .
S tt Moreno, office East GoernSt 7:261.. .. .. .....Mil1iau. .. ..' .. 9:12. ....8:52 cents per foot..for timber of thirty feet -S
I I., !I. 24mari : ........ 8:3& .. .. .. .CrestvIew. .. .. 9:0: . .. 8:38 and over,'while twenty foot averages MOBILEALABAMA.5K .
]; >H\! sVLE; OR RENT-New six room 809.,! ..... ...- 8d6..DeerLand.. .. .... ...... .. ..8:03 sold .at*about U4yents: pr foot The I S j FIRST NATIONAL BANK
:otiif on East Hill in excellent loS S 8:331. .. .. 9:10..Mossy Head .. .. 8:33... .. 7:40 market was firm ith a good demand. I
.a on two large lot; block and a : ....... 9:35.. .DeFuniak Springs. .. .. : .... 6:57 every stick of tii,b/r being sold as
i 'rom car line; cement basement ':30.. .. ...... 9:44. .. .Argyle .. .; .. 6:42 soon as placed on he market. The OF PENSACOLA. FLA. L
S .i:h. large airy rooms. shower 9:52... .... 9:57. .. Ponce D-leon.. .. .: : 6:20 receipts during the'week were about: I pPi NGNES1 Vf H. KHOWLKS.Prea. W. K. n -.II.JR., ..Prps. and: Caihier. t I'
11 and sewer connections For ...... 10:10.. ...Westiille. .. .... .. 6:00 :2,000! pieces. T. W. BRUT and W. N. ROBERT A Attt. Ca.-.hi ,r4DIEECTOBS 4
Sv 10:121... -F. C. Brent. W. .&. < W. H Knovrlee, W. K. Hycr Jr: ,, ,
:t.l oJ..'is address. House care Jour- .. ... 10:15.. .. ... .CaryvUle. .. .. 5:52 '6AUSLEY D. o.n Brent.V .
.11 i 17ma 10:451.: ... 10:30.. .. ....Bontfay.. .. .. ... 7:44..a: 5t & I
. ..... 10:47.. .. .. .Chlpler.: .. .. .. .. .4:55 & C 'S REPORTS S A'rrjved.
fOR S.\LE-Nice. clean old newspapers 11:12\\.. . ... 10:58.. .. .. .AJ'cock.. .. .. .. .. 4:39 Liverpool C9itOft Market. 1516 I .
Swed
Upland.. Ing\arson -
This of. : ss,
at tr/e cents a bundle. !: l1.UI. ... ... 11:07.Cottondale.. .. .. / ,, ., ..4:21 ._ S Clone Tampico.
:k. _ 1..: .. ... 11.'_)a\.. .. .....u..arlan'. ";...\ :t. 6:00 .".. ...... 3:55' J&n..7eb ..5 67 Union. 'Br sch, 72, Tela Honduras. / .. 5803.C. St

'IJ)!H S\LE-MrToraeTcorner 10 ave. :101... ... ..-1l:45. .. .. .Cypress. .. .. .. 5:38 :. ..... .. :19 Feb.-Mar..i.. ....:...... ...' 5SSMw 5.88Aprtl '
55:: I Cervantes St.:: This Is a bar- .12:551. .... ....11:521. .. .. .Grand Ridge.4 H ... :>:32.. ... 3:07 -Aprtl.M *"..,_. -...TI.. 5.89Stj"Jnn VESSELS IK ?CRT.a .W. LAUAR. PrtstiUnt.M. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cuhlr.
:. .S:. :- told soon. A. C. Binkley. 1.131. .... .. .. : : .. .Sneads. ,. .4""" '* 5:21 .... . :::4 .y....*.........id.6.01 .msnlp.. C. CLARK Vict-PtMldent and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant: Cashier. S
:: a' 1:30;. . .. 12:15 .. .RIver Junction 5:10.. .. .......1. ::30 JWlItJaly ....;rt.. _..593 August Bejmont. Br ss. Clarks,
i (TR' VLB-E43. from standard bred 10:501.- .'.. ... 7:40 AT .. ..J\cksonvlll!: ,.. Lv I !J:05t.I.. .-. .. -. 4:00: JulT.acut .. ...,. (..94A.tnr 2S67; Bremen to QuI Transit Co. ,
S. .S ',v :nning Barred Rock, fifteen AM I I I PM. I S I \\1 -. r P1I st-Septemb rfi.l.;..?..590 Dorothy Br ss. Whyte. 1546. Mobile\ THE AMERICAN JiL NATIONAL BANK I
'S .,55 '.t.\ $:. Also Ohio improved .' September-October .tq...... ..........6TiUetoberXoumb Bmelia Aust ss, IIr ;;lich. 2321.: ,
t '. \\h-te! Pigs: pedigreed.. Mrs. Trains -21 and 22 and trains 2 and 3 arr throd'gti sleeping car between'Pe.ns8 *r _._.._.5,67 Trieste. Of .
S :n. s, r*: Tlteh'esT.'CnlpTey.Tla:: JackiiOn\'lIIe-yia.. River ntron' and S a.boatd.AIr. LineTralns NO... mb r-t>Fceinber ....:'............. ...5.63 Iota the, Br ss,' Hodgson. 1943 St.' !

-. iia: I:,.' st p on ignaL'! S "'u' Doejc'4er-Jannry .4.1...5&ijTftrpoo Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED .STATES. r
_I .10. l' | |Spots, 60S.? Rio
Sed 1070. Janeiro
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Irene
; : ss. CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS, $63,003.
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> LEGHORNS lp
t1 !CROWN: --
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:: der Lange
-S. Senator Holleaeen ss.
tiuuhfs Strains record 240 per 1 New York .
; egg Cotton Market. Cardiff. DIRECTORS.
:. i :. '. The farmer's and fancier's ARE YOU READY ? ( At15Y1LLTERR ft&IR RR .5, i Open High Low .Close 1232 Spennjmoor. Br. ss,". Nairn. 1722.Iluelva. '
S }. ,.'D Eggs for hatching. An all March.<.....-;...:-...I1Ot 11.06 1194 11C6 Henry I.. Covlngton Frank. Rcllly, F. E. Browner 'j
I ; :.s' guarantee. Prices: Pen No. .:: _t' Hay,'lions5: U.2t11.211 11.11 ILl hIpa.S J. d. Pferffer W. S. Rosasco. C. W. Lvmar.
S i.::. pens N'os. .:2 and 5. $U O for 15 ,, ( July ,r > i !LU>7. 11.11 11.03 11.03 Bryaa Dunwody T. F. McGourln, J. R. Sounders l'
.''mll! \ :-Hie Poultry }Farm :DeFuniak Those cheap rates expire April 7thto August 6 tc.1L93jl1e: ; lOfcS 11.M Orpheus Aust. ship :iledanlc Tries A. M. Avery W. H. Milton O. E. Miura.M .

-!Jnr-: Fla. References-anj'one inS California and the Northwest' October...:-'.,.JO,4ic,..U 41. .- 10.Si mSO te. W. L Cauthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, ..hcnzlc Ocrllng, t.
('lty. 13marlm Each first ana third -Tuesday tickets Pecember".lC,4d 10.W'10.3'J 10. 1} .B rK. Alex McGosIn' C. M. Covlngton, M. r. Clark. ''i
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are almost! given, away to Texas CHICAGO New York Spots 1!;75_. Anna 3!, Ital bk, Alcese; 868, Ha
; ''IR SXLE-Grocery store and reslifQce Oklahoma and that :section. New Orjean Spots,lljWheat.' vana. Accounts Banks.. Individuals. Corporations and Firms sQr\ lted. .
combined, including stock S
First cia8 round trip convention ;
bk 702 Bar-
Rus Blomberg. :
Gurli.
'''trs. etc; nice home, gooJ water. :i rates to California in May and July. :' Open ""High IA". Clone Lanoes to Pensacola Lumber Co. i Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
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'i*' whole block under fence. Cas ''i! Through Pullman Tourist Cars from Ka, ....: 8l '- tQ .7G.-: .. Pedro Lacare Span. bk, Maristang.i
n V. Corner Maxne'l! and 6th ave. Washington, D. C.. to San Francisco JuJr.-.6;'{ .7i .6'.I ..!-. 503 Savannah to Rlx M. Robinson. i! -
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''''s. Z. P. Ryan P. O Box 614. I: Ua AU Mobile and TERDE HAUTEBIRMJNCHAM Corn. -
jmartm Xew Orleans Montgomery and Southern Pacific Open -Hiek Low Clo* Precursors to Rosasco; Ital: bk.Pros.Schiaffino. 1508, p.. ....:. .. ........ .................+G '
| Genoa :
I (Sunset Route) and from St. Louis May........... HI ,.,,441, 44Jnly.t'm ', tl\ Scillin Ital bk.. Z !no. 1220 South- i J. S. REESE President. E. W. UENEKEE.: Cas b: ;
:'XR) SALE-Four: room house w.tb. R. M. GARY. VicePresident.TUPEOPLL'S.BANKOIPSACOLA.
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i via Wabash and Union Pacific and hampton to Rosaa'n Bros. i
bath at Gouldm*. with two lots. '
New York .Stock Market
Kansas bk Maitland [ !
City. Br 1272
Starthem
,ply to .'.L il. Davis P. O. Box 633. .
; We have the best service to China. Open Clone
t:!> lOraarlm* Japan and.Hawaiian Islands. Southern Pacific..........._ 68 68 Antwerp. i. Director*-L. J.'R-eve J. 6. Reese, W. CeC. Ko..l r. R. M. Gary :
M WTED=-To i anmne on your I 1 I I No trouble to'answer questions. Copper........,.. .. 10*% 107J.A. ( Schooners. W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton. 1
:8.R. ..... 140'!J 140!, Donna Christina Am sch. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. .
watches! Jewelry and personal ere- "
I., I Atch ... 84 4 ( ix 165, Cardenas. Icu-od'i : YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. .
Highest cash pries for old gold J. F. VAN RENSSELAER, A.B .. IflO'J lfiO 4 lyizzie E. Demison, Am sch. 4..S4........................4... ..44.. .G.+.+.4.G..
"Id & 106 ELY T. P. A. General Agt.
silver LJghtman Klein E. W. B.R T. &* K\ 452. to master.
"ssht Phone 1127.MRAL.B.mprove4. IG. 124 Peachtree St.. NEW ORLE SX f MPBIL'E B.& 0 .................... .... Ilum 1I2 Horatio L. Baker. Am sch, Mohr. I,
and unlmprv.e S Atlanta.Ga. Erie... ti\ 44L4C.F.I 720. Lagua to J. A. Merntt & Co. V.Jr..PB.EI4IDBST.
p -rty in all parts of the city.[' M">"i rJII JiV. Thos. S. Dennison Am sch. Wade, r. mLTOS' ORES:!!.Pa&sro&lT.. T.MANbFlELD B WHLLKS.: : MOIIENO Aenr.C6nrma .J
THROUGH SERVICEVIA B. 41U.8. "-. 4US K. M. BU8HNruL., \ \Vi on & Co. Real Estate Agent ... preferred............. 10B>i 1WB ( .. 1329 Baltimore to order.
Bank
7, Salisbury building. Phone Political Announcements.For Citizens National j
oom .S.-. 3O;. 31V Barkentlnes.Beatrlcl" ;
L. & N, E. & T. H. and C. & E. I.
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23jan L..&; N.. 151}{ IW 4Lead ", Am bktn. Casa\'eggio, U30Rcr of PensacoU, Florida.
ArTO lOB1LES.-I am agent for the Tax Collector.I 2 Ventlbuted Through Trains DaiIy'NASHVILLE f\. 82 80!. .:rdam to Pensacola Lumber Co. D'IlC.OIIS. J:
TO CHICAGO *
Pope If;. Co. and can sell you auto I hereby announce myself a candidate THROUGH SLEEPERS MO DAY COACHES vC.-... 6H 144;< IHCan. 61' Geo. W. Wr1g1ttorrt.: .Bear T.E. Welles Bu Jl. Ror>ms n, L Hilton Gron. j,

from $ Oo.OO up. They cost less than : for re-election to the office of HEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO .Pac...."................. 112-i! l-J Constipation causes headache: nausea 4 GENERAL BACKING BUSINeSS TRANSACTED 1:
horses to keep up. They can be run Tax Collector for Escaaibia county, I DINING$ CARS iERV.NQ ALL MEALS EN ROUTE N.Y.C UV: 144 ,, dizziness languor heart palpitation _..
in sand or anywhere a horse can go. at the primary to be held on May 15. D.H. HILUUN..0. P.AS..L KOQERS 'j.L.Art. P.O .. 95 94>iR'D'Q Drastic phjsics' gripe sicken, .41.4 ,.
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: -.i ho E Brooks. Iv "tLLL MACMVIU.I. TINM. -- ---- -' '
vote.Respectfully.
solicit -
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1906. :jour 1814 1 5 weaken the bowels and don't cure. --

,Ill S \1.I--ly: property 416 E. Bra"Lir.l -I St.P 176 4 16R.I. '/ Doan's Regnleta act gently and cure 4 s-L----- -5'---- I.r I.

Si, consisting of four lots 40 J. S. ,ROBERTS.For 27. 2'S -. constipat.on.: 23; cents. Ask jourdruggisU r R MCSfl., C -" "_.,. .
.,I S ,-- B.-. 40i 404T : ,... C:7"; t., '-" Sec'".
u< a two story
dwelling
conS .C. ._. W Dealer
S I H SPenna M Wholesale and Retail in

S "-,".,- tn = a ..nrscanous iposition.. particularly as
Es-
for House of Representatives from O
: ltese.
22feb Primary. .I earnestly solic! : TARPONW.C Ausley &. Co'&. Daily Cotton Letter. strong people who will be forced to j I Office-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
.j j or; RECEIVED-Large shIpment off''I' the support of the voters of the! coun- STEAMER New York, Mar. '29--The markets see the thing through for should the! U Yard corner Tarragona and _Gonzalez streets! Phones f 6 and 372 R
Ported Olive Oil Retail by pint)I ty. JETUIY J. SULLIVAN JR. JAR bW, Master. to-dg.y.were: : nervous anfl- unsettled ,reports get worse instead: of bnt-r ,. ,' ___I-__ ..... -
c..JJ'J 1 or larger quantity. G. Morasso PIRST-CLAf: FvSdiiAuij.ftlT :: 4.ND Liverpool was. barely steady, cat.s the .spinners who are covered until .
( ((55> hip chandlers ana' grocers. 7C11'H For County Treasurer.I FREI\. fc-EltVICE showing spots point' lower on sales August would bs complelled to E'nterl S -
: .; Palafox. 4oct | will be a' candidate in the demo -- et WVjJ- of 14.000 bales whila- arrivals were the market by the latter part of May. r ww3iilf
lIt -- I cratic primary of May 15 for r -nomi PENSACOLA. MOBIL APALACHl- about 2 points lower. The. bears com II While the position of the staple Ox-dor- "Y'cn.1r
Yr-k\LE -Registered Berkshire and' nation to the office of county treasurer. COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. AN. n-enced hammering values from the statistically Is very strong the bears I and WOOD
& ,">hire Pigs; pedigrees furnished; The support of all democrats will .DREWS. MILLVILLE.And start evidently working on the suppo-- are very strong and aggresyive nndsTlendidly ICE, COAL
-sd !t
i lood .
&l1 ..' .. game chickens and eggs be appreciated. f 1J1 all points on St. Andrews Bay s'tlon: that the market had been : or nized' while so far' 1- fz-exxx: : tfa.o:
"1 s:. > onabe! prices. Dr. 'J. S. J. ED. WILLIAMS. CarribeHe and Apaijuhicola. hsavlly bought and that the larger this season there has been no concerted .! Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. S
a.' hey, Chlplej. Fla. Smarlm SCHEDULE tart of 'the interest was, somewnat bull movement and any littlehammerIng S
FUR ::5.LlJea :1fi1l block In New Leave reuskcola :;)unda.,, 1:30 p. weak, ana1! should they succeed in by the snorts seems to,I Offlcfr-Corner Chtg and Tarragona. Phone 259Don't .
City. Tract No. 312. For for Mobile. AI*. loss orders there would demoralize them completely. There I .
cast J603 Like? m reaching stop : -
..ty to A. M. McMillan. Court Houaa. Which Do You "Leave Peasacoa.! Tuest1a). S:30 p. be a. material decline. has evidently been heavy seillmr cf
laug ;m for St. An lews,' MillTlile! Ap 7hi weather was unfavorable over the July option while May has been
: lacaicola. Carrabelle and Intermediata of the' belt excessiverains correspondlngl 'heavily bought .
'R niOit sections:
S.- (1 SALE-A.team of mules R. Bingham for has: a Native or ,Western Beef ? points.. being reported at various which. places: the market in a peculiar Shed?
sale.
Seep additional Information apply t It that You Need Carriage
makes
S "n hi. float. For places.* while from almost every section -. position and one I; a
new
1'1.\:: ,. ; : fab2:! !' JUST RECEIVED. 35 DOZEN, FRESH S : ...,J. R. SAUNDKRS, came'complalnts'of tha latenessof one 'hardy: dares to venture an opinion ;' or a shed' for the wagon and farm implements* Protected -
:: 1LE.-' Only 4 young;; Boar pigs 1 E.!: R. COBB. PrMldenL. preparation and scarcity of labor. on. I fromthe )weather they will last longer and per
-'a-'d; by Duke of: Florida 68923 out S GOPHERS FINE, FAT.Cudahy's Gen.S ': Frt. and Pass. AgU i But in Spite of all' this{ the bears : The halting attitude which the form ,more" satisfactory sen ice.

1 AI':, trpHan Lee. of Baltimore. 58544. S Diamond (C) Hams .andl Pensaeolt. Fit forced price lower until July "was riarket. ha; assumed In the (ace of I !
(.aranteed with registrations and Armour's Gold qtoted: at 11.06 while May sold downto 'what was considered to be a strong I ,:We Want to Furnish the Lumberas
P>-:p?.e9! Carl Sett rUnd. Chlpley. Breakfast Bacon or.. I P 1116. manipulative interest: has causd al j -well!! as the nails and other hardware necessary In It
;riL S 26nov. Band. S I. .0\. telegram'from'Greenville.' Ala., 'decided lack of confidence on the: erection Fram'ng may b had for 1600. siding $10,00) ,
;'?R :'.\.t-E: _Freight and passenger We slice them both like to suitOr. Mutton or STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE statad- that the farmers of that section part of outside speculation, a condition -i I shingles ?1.7a and $225 and wire nails on a $233:' base

5". "S :\\"o 25 h. P. Murry & Tre-- maybe' them.you STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. M. put their first seed in the ground .. wh'ch to be Shaken off seems

:::... ,'a Sis engnes.; length 66.ft.., Pork.Finest I have line of cakes. in 'the clft.- Rogers master. Passengers ,anu on March :26-! This is in the uplands ta depnd largely upon reports The'on' Saunders Mill Company
r:. :*: -raught :3: ft; launched Nov4(15 Staple and Faac' Groceries-: Freight service between Pensacola and the ame land *a* seeded on the progress of the new crop.which theMay .
.5 5 ( Powerful tow boat Ton- > and' Freeport. Fla At -Baylen. str.et MArch 11th of last year. while the premium over spots at j
Granulated -
1' Still 20 pounds of Standard selling rather Indicates 717 21 East Garden Street.
**' <2 were farther option" is now Phone
Delivered anywhere In "* wharf. Wednesdays. Tourists and lowlands anoWbottoms
for $1.00. interest and a '
S "'0 Price 5750. Write J. M. Sugar' others desiring to see places!/ of intereston hehlna! than for years. These reports a heavy! short ; -
1 t..,. Miami Fla. 20marl2t All other pricey;.In;' proporUOfl.Moyer Choctawhatchle Bay an] Santa are becoming more numerous daily I rather nervous one at that. Looking I i
0\ .- Sound should make this trip. and taken together with the scarcityof at the situation from every point of I -
". H1G11 LLND-East-HUl elecar on the Square Rosa for parties of ten or labor it. ytfll ce tainly prevent view we are inclined to the long I.'e
rates
/:ar line. six lots 100 ft. front Special m the acreage or anymaterial decline and con-i.'er: I
: For rates or other Information such a large jJACrease SubscribeforThejovrnalS
:: dH'P. corners $700, Inside more time back. Selling dangerous in the ex-
I short
Alcaniz.Phone" I P. C as expected some
,i", $';1.1; There are no better situa-I Corner Government and ,' apply on board or address In was our judgement the shorts are in tremft.
Fla.
692 Pensacola.
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;:.i\i.\,', '):, The Latest ADOPTED COUNCILMany Reese ::f1.-..-Mendel.- ,...1}... -- ROSPIR'lIJ, ., IN j'3i.d': : I


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'it. I Many Changes Haye Been Made-.ln All Cases Where Possible! :. ,No


t 4 Change in' Name'Was Made, But Where Necessary'a : !. Builders J. : ker
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UnderwearUNDERWEAR Spanish Name Was Selected. -- 4- 1'_ DISTRICT -

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..: REPORT WILL BE LATER EMBODIED lettered as B street. ;. Rye

INTO AN ORDINANCEAND Oliva street from the city limits on Mills 'Crowded' With Orders and .,
the south to the city UmUs on the : 'M ri .'

::4. TO FIT. PASSED BY THE CITYCOUNCIL .'I north shall be named and., hereafter s I Indicationsare: ; that Rush of.. -....- r ...
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known Oliva {
: MIND AND as street. :
FITS BODY, -IN SOME C&SES ONESTREET : Sheffield street shall 'te lettered and I
Work Will Continue
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If POCKET BOOK. I hereafter known F. streetBirm'ngham : Twlie distilled in copperripened _
as H '
I HAD TWO AND THREENAMES. I FineClothes. "
UNDERWEAR THAT DOESUNDERWEAR'S street'shaU be lettered
,s and hereafter known as H. street. : ; in heavily charred oak
DUTY YET Anniston street -shall ba lettered; The Gulf Coast Record saysAl 4-

IS HANDSOME: ENOUGH FOR I ; and hereafter known as'I. street' *?., I. ., indications! in the Pensacola barrels,- bottled by the distiller
OUTERWEAR. In Pettersen's Addition. district that the present .
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." The names of many streets have!'I are _

.* \* UNDERWEAR AT 50 CENTS been chang by U}e city council, oat :'I 'the The Pettersen's following addition numbered, aDd venues the,foj-in tinue prosperity Jar amoirg least the the remainder mills will of con the OjDZ _i is pure, smooth, ,and mellow.Ppn't .

-, A GARMENT $3.00 A GAR. least-the report of the sp?cal: committee 'lowing i lettered strets:! In the .West at r
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-., MENT AND INTERMEDIATE: composed of Alderman D'AIem-King Tract shall extend from the c'.ty: New and up- odate"ne of Spring year. All of the mills are crowded

e' PRICES. berte, Wright and Muldon. has been' limits on the south to the city 1'mltsi! :1 and Summer Suifnjs and Trodser- for 60 day? apd.ihey.are unanimous.indeclin'ng spoil your treat by failing
on the north. or to the-extreme i :,ings. that t'me.
I adopted and will later be placed in" north-j orders beyond
), J / SEE THE NEW BLUE I the form of an ordinance and passed. era terminus of said streets and shall, Suits from m.50'to JSO.UOfTrousers '.. EVrry mfl_on the -Gulf- could. Ipday to get "Old Quaker."
T SERGE AND QUAKER-GREY I Where It was poss'ble the names be renamed' and hereafter 'Hhiwn i from ,5.OO .to $15.00. sell _it's t>. .entire output for 1906. .at. fullmaVket -
*, .. SUITS. were not changed, but where It was. follows: 1 I II Join our. Qenemen's{ Suit Cluo- : t. prl es. The car situation has _
SPRING
01''4:1; ) necessary; some Spanish name was I First avenue'and O. !street shall be, Costs only 51.50 I). per .month ,fqr 'pressing no'terrors: for the mills in thl . "'( ti selected. Wright street had two or I named and known as-Pettersen street., anJ sma'j repajr as.the Lou'sville & Nashville.railroad: --_ ;, 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St..
:: If.. more names, one when it reach the i 2nd avenue and P street shall be I Dyeing and Cleaning of men's andWomerfs ( furnishes: almost its full quota.. The ,. b. : Pensacola, Fla. 1
Lr. suburbs' and another! named and known s' Muldon street Clothes, a anecialty. enormous export trade out pt Pensa- :_
extreme western
'< : reached the eastern section.I 3rd avenue and Q street shall be! Give us a tral.: We; will appreciate cola:; brings: 'n solid train toads Of cars --'_.

;-i The John White Store Under when it the change the entire street is I( named and known as Brent 'street < your business. loade'd. with coal. Iron' etc..and .the tt+:ris.--r- .. -\ .....
now known as \\Vsht street. Owing 4th avenue anJ R. street' shall be REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO.. empt!?1lI take lumber.; back to The northern .
:;f::ri ffeclrJM ,.. .,...'. W.ar. to the Interest in the matter and the I named and known as. Hj"er\striet Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St .points.. The service on.th's.road -
5th avenue and S. street shall be De :Rtiyter ( Holland ) Gin
:-; 205-207 S. Palafox StreetMarine I desire of residents to know on what Is practically perfect and as .a consequence : .
named and known Green
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as street mills and other industries
the
street they reside, the list is given below
t : I Alone 252. : I 6th avenue and T. street shall be alon'gVh: : : ; :lIne are prospering as. n.e.ver '.-.--. -. : : < .;T _
.J"' : Petterssn street In the Maxent named and known as Pfeiffsr." street. Morris Dannheisser before.. Numerous small mills are .go- -

). Tract, shall be changed to and knownas 7th avenue shall: be named and. lag up all along the 1'ne, but, to offset .... -
.,.f ,,' .,. -_ Cypress street known as, Simpson street (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) ,thIs, several large mills are going -
8th avenue shall be" named and Pure Old 3ut: of commission hence the cut in
Rye
McLellan street in the Maxent and. Bourbon Flno
Taxes
: Grocery Co. J Tract, shall be changed to and knownas known as Keyser street. Wines. Beer ana Tobacco. theaggregate' will not.be' increased.A Deathand
9th avenue shall be named and noticeable feature of the mills In
Pine streetAlston known as Knowles street. Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty this distrfctisihe lack of stock. What '. 'Are 'admittedly the only sure things in life.' What you

.u, 604 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St. shall be changed street In to the and Maxent known Tract as| 10th avenue shall be named and 12 W. Zarragossa Street._ little stock;There Is," Is' mos-tly/ r "export -' '. 'are""sure1' wur happen you are wise If you prepare- for

''i : I Phone 725. Magnolia street.DeSoto I known as Davidson street PENSCAOLA.FLORIDA.. and Is either beng shipped Is Ther

: street, from.8th avenue east 11th avenue shall toe named and awaiting arrival l of ye.sse1sr: The'shipping : Equitabic's Continuous:'installment Policy
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; V. J. VIDAL known as Clinton street. : at Pensacola! is.a magnet, draw .
:' Manager. to the known city limits, shall be street.changed to 12th avenue: shall be named and SAFES 1 SAFES SAFES! SAFES lng' the products of the south,.:, and ."." ihas: alii I the good features of the old policies, and decidedly' -
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and Helriberg "
; ., THE HOME' OF GOOD THINGS TO as known as Hancock street. are new features that were formerly never dreamt of.
ships'galo're' waiting
to Deceive
: ., EAT, Spring street and ,east south of of Alcanlz St. Michael'scemetery street,' 13th avenue shall be named-and( Buy Ciebold Safes. it': The magnificent- harbor Is'now ;,.' : Let: lis& explain. It to you.
j'T known as Cahn street holding a': 'fteet'of Uncle Sam's' '
Just itecelved4f : shall be changed to and known as Scarritt Moreno Agent.4inusements r Gen'l 1 Atl
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$ Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch Aragon street. : 14th avenue shall be named.and fchtps. In addition! to 13.000 tons of lnsuraiic k'n nAI I n Q
'. I known as Stillman street steam and' tons of sail Life. IVIIUWH/O DI U PensacolaI
9000
__ 50 kite of fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per The names of the following named tonnage. Fire .
-HI-l" kit. tCO' streets shall be changed and known I 15th avenue shall be named and il Sawn timber; as elsewhere on. the

"#*:\"-.; '. kite Salmon. $1.25 per kit.1wSr1 hereafter as follows: known as Water street. Gulf,. holds' the center or'the. stage.
51) kits halibut 2ns. J1.25 per kit. Havana street, Alston street, and I The Right-of-way of the Pensacoja Stocks here are about 40.000 pieces
"\j -4.;# 1." CO kits of Cod Tongues and Sound. 13th street In the' Pettersen's addition ; and Perdida Railroad from where It l .1 and all ot this will go out In'tonnagenow

'fl.25 per kitBloaters. shall be known as Gregory street enters the. city limits on the northwest 'in pOrt.r due under'charter.' ++............+..*....................+....+++.+....+.
: Milkers and Roes Herring to the The Pensacola shippers are known.the '
Simpson street shall be known as city limits. in .the water 'iI i H :J.HH :PlIU.V8.ACOLIA. :
? :; Codfish, Pickled -'Salmon Dill Pickles) .. front shall be named and hereafter world over as "heavy weights" and
4l German Saner Krout. Wright Forbes street.street and First street shall known as Pintado street.'l 0 being secure .'in their 'position are' IronWorks: and Supply Co. !I
Buster Brown.
1 % Pigs Feet In kits. $\ .OO.S -The street ana holding their round, firmly. .They
running east west
Manewil and Lange's Fruit Cako. : be Howell known as street Belmont and street.Second street through the center of 'Mocks No. 35.: successful The stag of laf 7 ars baa given are decidedly optimistic but, ..at.tne. : :Manufacturers and; Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS $
p-- National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake. 25c No. realizatibn of .many characters : same tim-i" nothing'if FORGINGS, MILL 'ANI STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
shall be known as LaRua street. 36, No. 37, No. 42 and No. 48 In i first made "they;are .not con
in
-.' .. per pcund.handle the celebrated I Griswall street and Third! street the Donalson Tract, from Reus'str et!I pages of famoug'ailie'bit'the' funny of- I servative. Said 'Qne: "We cannbt do : REPAIRS I ."A, .SPECIALTY.) : Prompt attention given to all orders |
We blends our great '
ofCoffee to OJiva street on the west shall be! very much business under''e'xigting t day "or pli t.' ,Agents.lor James McKay & Co.'a celebrated Log and *
,
shall be known Jackson street. all them has'comtT forward
as
: roasted none
Gulf !
by the !
City Coffee
named and ,hereafter'' conditions "and we'are not forcing an Timber fVjgs ajeo' chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Residence *
;
known
Fort
as .
I and Fourth street with
Campbell hold
d. : Co.. II. P. Chlpman. Manager. street I so strong a: .on 'universal "
issue. sto'ck 'is p'lfone 1029. P. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN
Scarcity of Q.
street < Mgr.
+ everywhere $
"
; i Oaxaca: : Sue:> lb,; Gold Standard, 25e shall be known as, Gadsden street. fancies as Buster Brown which will: :
JI I The street apparent'nd'the! mills are mat- ...... ....... ,. ........
BaTjcock street and \IFSfth street running through the be here '
:p". Ib; Diamond D'end. 25c Ib; Golden I center sean next Saturday night directly '
5- RIo 20c lb.Strictly shall be known as Cervantes street. I of block No. 33, No.. 34, No. 43 from a" highly successful; s.jnsatlonal ,lug'le&8,thri'b i than ever before.' The
-.t,. fresh roasted and as good Kennedy street and Sixth street I and No. 47. In the Dotfalson ''Tract, eeason of One Hundred Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co.:; Century

% as any Coffee! sold In this city. shall be known' as Strong street. I from DeVilllers street on the east to nighte at the Majestic: Theatre In Fla., .ia-making only enough to satisfy .....................................................
Send us your orders and we will deliver ''Duval street and Seventh street Oliva street on the Vest shall b:! New York City, ana.( Two Hundred the exporters' most urgent needs. The .
promptly. shall be known as. D?&>to street. named and hereafter known, Taylor nights in Chicago. I McMillan Mill'Co., Pine 'Barren Phi.. : :

{:! ... ____ ___ ___ _______ Wagner street and Eighth street street. if There are toany reasons why BuSter a.lthoughPe mkkes-about'1 5 colr:pieces cleared: month.'ihla week But HAVE ANY :
J t shall be known as Gonzalez street. The street running east and. west should 'be taken to the general
:' i.. "I.. Rodney: street ''and Ninth street through the center of block No. 44 heart, but: two are most potent;' these 1,519,964 ft lumber, 91,328 ft. sawn i
.+..... shall be known as Rrainard street I and No.64 in the Donalson .Tract from 'are his absolute and" convincing realIty timber' and 735 ft.: of. hewn, ths! port?
"' ::1 \4IULIJQT/ Washington streek and Tenth street Donalson street< to Ollva street .on'th1 : and his 'youth.-Ths child ,Appeals s''no. longer known in the markets !
:Zi- shall be known as Lloyd street west shall be named and known as to all; children sympathize!%ith:'him he world-Bolely as a pitch pine port GAS TROUBLESWe ?
f'i'; 4'" EXPRESS ,- Jefferson street' west and Eleventh I Cedar street and their elders love him. NevilleB. Out ol his port is done an enormous .

tI 1 ": PREPAID .- street shall 'toe known as Lee street The street running through the center Raymond hi; 'lever and enterprising nisindafi'' ;In cotton naval stores. cottonseed i
t"- Adams street and Twelfth street of blocks No. 56. Nb. 57and No. manager. -was\ Quick to see oil products and phosphaterock. 'wish to advise gas consumers who have any :
I shall be know:; as Blount street. 58 in the Maxent Tract from Reus Buster's dramatic possibilities ana' ??- (During 1905 exports of wood trouble ,whatever with either gas lights heaters orcooklzeg

:" ,If / .-. ; I Madison street and Thirteenth street street on the east to Chipley streeton cure from his creator the sole rightsof goods out of Pensacola were: 171- i 'ranges, to promptly advise us. as we have
'1 shall be known as Moreno streetCalhoun the west shall be named and known rpreeentation.--then be built a 526,363 ft. lumber; 114,179.808 ft a corps of gas .experts always at the disposal of gas :
[ 'u I Buster's' and ihi sawn timber 320.957 ft. hewn 109-
story on pranks !put ; ;
street and 'Fourteenth as Chipley street. consumers difficulties!
to remedy :
any gas you may
In a handsome setting, illustrated 416 ft crossties; 568,275 pickets; a I
; IEQTS, street shall. be known as Mallory experience. .
t l : street. with a chorus of exquisitely: beautiful total of 290,235,346 sup. ft. Sawn
$ 00 4SOV1 : : girls, gowned 1n the latest and most timber has reached 29c for 30 cu."ft. :
,
Lake View avenue and Sixteenth : .
!It. tJr ... sumptuous! styles. Musical features av. and 'up, while. 30 :av. -and under Is .0
street shall be known as Sierra street. ;
.
ancri'arge
were supplied sums of cold a' little' less.
t'J :

J ., street Palmeto shall street be known and as Nineteenth..Maxell I? YOU.- cash been were acknowledged invested.Jn to.be what"the has world's since I' Gas Company j

j
street. THE STAFF OF LIFE.
I greatest cartoon comedy. Only sec
Mf'fj Center street and Twentysecondstreet .. ond In importance to Buster Is the ; 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :

shall be known as Scott street.*! thought of tho< who have come to According to Tradition, Fan Ta.rbtMortal '.+++.... ...+............* ...........+.......+...:
t:1 :f"1 Fifteenth street shall be known as know him so well. Is'Tige, his dog-r- Row to Blake Bread.

\ \1 L11r7ii: { Avery 'street woN'TI he has not been forgotten. Man has not. always eaten the fine -

-. C. Seventeenth street shall be knownas wheaten bread, which! is so frequently
f ... -- -
-
,:t II t Hernandez street. Don't Complain.. served today: and yet It would be necessary !
Eighteenth street shall be known as If your chest paIns and you are unable to go tar back Into prehistoric
i : CHAS. BLUM&CO Jordan street.Twentieth NEEDlIEDICINE- to sleep 'because a cough; Buya
*
? SL times to find the period In which some
street shall be known as bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup GORDON & DROWN
Ii k > tied of bread"was not baked. Sarah;
: ,,:'!-.1 617 AND 519! WEST: BAY 8T. Bofoe street "t and you won't have any cough. the "fatherof ,
who cooked'for Abraham,
'k .r JACKSONVILLE. FLAt Twenty-first street shall be knownas Get a bottle now and that'cough will
t t >., b" Job streetTwentythird I nations" made bread just as her
J; \ not last long. A cure for all pulmo-
- i 'j1 street shall be known nary diseases. Mrs.,.J-. Galveston, ancestors bad made it for hundreds
-1' \ 1'. ) -w-J-'i _- as Hatton street.Twentyfourth' I Texas.. writes: ''T can't say enough. of years before her time. She prepared

- .".14..r....-,., street shall be known for Ballard's 1I0reb' nd Syrup..; The n paste of.flour and water and baying HARDWARE COMPANY.

_' "," as Cross street. !II If you drink good ,Beer.' relief it. has given: me .is all that .ia shaped'It into round. flat pieces, burled

.:.' I" The Season:\ The following' numbered streets In It serves as a tonic. and necessary for me to say." Sold by 1t:1: ''theubes.or. the hearth. Itwa' ',1 ,
New City changed
are and all
hereby druggists. many years befort the Jewish, peopleknew .. "
: kcr shall be known /4>y the following drives that spring fever any other kind of bread, although. '

t rt#,,; I names: I away. If you want to be THE FRILLED LIZARD.It there were times when these flat cakes .... .
r' Popular 25th street shall be named anJ I sure that y
known as Fisher street. ing the right. kind Insiston Carrlea an Umbrella a.d Has hey were dry and brittle enough to be
biM'l'ir!i known 26th street shall 'be named and < FlChtlUff Tall. broken by the'hand. Steam Pumps, Galvanized Roofing,
: Sack Suit as Ypnge street. The frilled lizard Is found.In. Anstrm- '
I. .; 27th street shall be named and Acc rdlng totraditl n, "it wa's Pn'ngQd Barbed Wire Nails Boat
:.. :"i."\" known as'Baars street. ." ). )Han woods, being tolerably abundantIn he with the faqe a.n.d'.le of a goat Spikes
1', for 2Sth street shall 'be named and! north. Queensland and the -ICm berI who first taught'mortals ho r to make Hardware
is : : TarredRoofing Building
:
:, .-.." mm noticeably known as Hayes street. I REDHEART; f I ley district of western( ':Aristrftlia. It bre According to the:same authorly ,

''. more eye winningthan ; : .lives on beetles.siifhyjiV are"found on It the '
) 1Y'l 29th street shall 'be named and : was goddess Ceres who taught- H Scissors. I Razors, Pocket Cutlery.
..It. iI: last year's mod known as Anderson street the tree barks. It is about three feet the,Greeks ''how to cnltirate'corn-arid "

; ,. els. It the 30th street, shalj be. named and : ,;, Ion;, measured trod head i.e tail! point. ilesalarte: and ) somae! who in-
j suggests known as, Tunis street. w. : What makes It remarkable' coutists of $itructed. them "in the art of kneading
; same set butbeing Eighth avenueand Ceva'.Ios! street, two its hurried walk and its and'
kn'Mtii' 1 swagger ,, ; things- : lour baking loaves In ovens. So SPECIAL PRICESTO TRADF
.-
: longer it calls from the city limits on the north to the v ..-_ fighting aziger., successful were their pupils, however.that .

i" for city limits on the south shall be named It carries a sort of natural umbrella at one time no l less than seventy- Mail Orders Promptly
;; a cleverly cut and hereafter Shipped.
known Cevallos
about ,-nt' which it'elevates kinds
top its k. two of bread were evolved out
'
;: waistline to overcome street.Seventh avenus from Wright street I'': lOc i Suddenly vHh an alarming effect even of Various combinations* of milk oil,' Telephone No. 767.
.
anybag to ordinary lizard killing dogs, scaring boneyr cheese and wine. with the dour
appearance to the ,
city limits on the north shall
t.. '; that its be I !t them as an umbrella opened in the face of that period: nAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVThe ............ .N
; t: fullness would I named 'and hereafter known asI '
1. : San Carlos street. BEER. >,' :, Of a charging bull; hence It is called For a. -'efJ long tIme the Romans ..
i -.i. '
.. : naturally effect. Sixth avenue' from Wright street : : the frilled lizard. Its teeth are not of were eaters of-gruel: the art'of parch"-

7 to. city limts on the north shall be ,j ,: ,I, much'use as a defense against a vigorous : !lug corn and of converting It Into (flour .............................................. ....
4 1'7 1'--t ; See the blues and grays; named and known as Cordova street I --' t .animal but when It fights It uses; having been taught to them' by King .' '

: both are extremely popular Twenieth avenue shall extend from The best lOc beer ever Its long lithe tall In a way to bring, \utoa-(1715( B. C.), while the baking of t. New 'Gospel of Pure ,Fresh Foods i
'
t : .,; this season. city Umlts'on the south to the Inter brewed. It U always long bruises on one's bands-In fact; the compound; 'was 'only l Introduced
.['i}... section of Bond street on the north cod it be properly traln &.1t might with' the worship of Fprnax. Permanent I' has; ''taken.'fcold of Pensacolians as a new faith. It has made !
good, and always better '
;H7t t: ,;....:, .o! Prices range from (this changes the'name of Pine ( serve as an automatic switch which, public bakehouses were in DSC' i In f 1 Od. The doctrine of pure fresh foods has gained a following .
t.' avenus ap4 Cedar street). than all er19c beis like the magiC: rub-a-dub-dub stick Rome as early-aj.GSfrB.! 0. Strangely' ; a1.'tI.lndeec1' gratifying to the Popular Grocer-and still a :

if- $6.50 up to $18.00. Oak street betwfen Escanibia avenue and many ,15c beers.' ( would at the.word administer a thrash nougb..howevef. in. the midst of the- E. growing.When. your table supplies are.fumlshd by us .
t d ; and Oseeola' avenue shall b% I II ing to the'disobedient child. (bewildering progress of the'centuries T' -,- .

-44; Palm change streetMaxent and- hereafter. known as I 1 From the scientific paint of'view. the trejtd\Is'{ one thing that has shown but "Yoir Get 'a Clear' Title i

I creature's peculiar"method of ambulatton little: improvement
f >, street, from the city limitson I '
t :
the south to the city limits on the Is most interesting. because It presents topnrlt7gjx, > ness and wholesomeness which is the Immutable
H 0 ANSON north shall be known' and hereafter : an absurdly grotesiue appeJ.h: i .exaction/ : ;required of every article seeking admission 10 our
4f1] lettered ag E. street. Lewis Bear &.Go ance at such tims, ''Worjf especiallyfrom ,,"Hardly. !Ia!t. x *. .ta k. The, goods must stand the test and It has been thl :
Palma 'Itre! from the) city -limits the rear. It Walks blpedaly| or on MIrt Plane ::"Hie very day I first met I .pMcy: ( .t>>t; has drawn to tbls'store its select! patronage- The .

a it CASH CLOTHIER, on the south to the city limits on the two f. t. like* bird and II o much doesIt him something told be would eventually ,. i1ee5." .represent, positive sayings. :
Sole Agents fall In love with me. Miss :
: ; Spelttnd.edt .
it f north shall be known and hereafter resemble a bird'ttsUralk that It -

1t t Corner Palafox and Main.I lettered as C..street. J Pensacola 'flarjd.i teems to be the "connecting lInk betweea / .I Tbi"sinethInr wasn't your "_h':3 n |L'AZ JACOBY' Popular :
.
Wlrror. dear 'aIU. -Philadelphia4ger.
m Jordan street from the city limits on the ancestors of birds"aad the : G roeer.f. :

the south to- the ,city'limits! on the I..= : : -. ""t" /f. lizards_ .ot. -to.-.--- __ ..-: -__ .' .-, : .: : ....... I ... .................
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